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Old 22.09.2014, 00:29
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Also getting the same issue with W7 64 bit.
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Old 22.09.2014, 02:01
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I run mac as well. I got same problem after update, uninstalled and reinstalled and still same problem, gonna try now JD2 and see how it work. You are not the only one.
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Old 22.09.2014, 02:03
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@siac1
As was mentioned before, please post your log to identify where the problem is. I could say devs will take care of this issue tomorrow (Monday).
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Old 22.09.2014, 15:04
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Ok to address users with issues after recient plugin updates for JDownloader 0.9 or NIGHTLY. This primarily effects MacOSX users, but some windows users are also effected! The reason this has happened is we have too many plugins which as used permgen memory address space. What we have done to resolve this or at least try to is, to delete a heap of plugin classes which are no longer used and have been missed in cleanups for various reasons. We have released another update to try and address this (deleting of plugins comes from plugin update system).

You will need to close JDownloader if running
Mac
You can do this via terminal, 'cd /Applications/jDownloader.app/Contents/Resources/Java' (think it is) and run 'java -jar jdupdate.jar', I assume you can do this also in file explorer type of thing, and run jdupdate.jar as java application also (sorry not a Mac user).
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Open cmd, goto JDownloader install directory 'cd "c:\program files\jdownloader\"', run 'javaw -jar jdupdate.jar' or via explorer click jdupdate.jar and run 'Java application'

Other solutions to help solve issue,
make sure your not using Java 1.6, upgrade to Java 1.7.0_65 or newer (seems to have higher permgen allocations), but stay away from Java 1.8 for JDownloader 0.9/NIGHTLY.

Alternatively the easiest solution is to move to JDownloader 2, as it doesn't have this issue.

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Old 22.09.2014, 15:57
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Whatever you have done the update appears to work for me in W7.

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Old 22.09.2014, 16:24
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Other solutions to help solve issue,
make sure your not using Java 1.6, upgrade to Java 1.7.0_65 or newer (seems to have higher permgen allocations), but stay away from Java 1.8 for JDownloader 0.9/NIGHTLY.
On OS X, Java 7 only runs on 10.7.3 or later.
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Old 22.09.2014, 16:28
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Sure about that? I'm aware that Apple can no longer provide there own Java due to licence changes since Oracle bought out SunMicroSystems. You have the uninstall Java6 provided by Apple and goto http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/ja...ads/index.html and select JRE7 and install yourself. If I'm on the wrong track let us know.
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Old 22.09.2014, 19:12
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We release another small stable update to fix another issue with non complainant code.

if you're still having problems please do the following

Please give feedback if you come up against any issues!
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Old 22.09.2014, 22:01
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Old 23.09.2014, 04:25
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I tried all of the fixes that raztoki said - ran the jar file, etc. - and my jdownloader is still stuck at the "start controller" screen. help please!
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I tried all of the fixes that raztoki said - ran the jar file, etc. - and my jdownloader is still stuck at the "start controller" screen. help please!
Which Java version do you have?
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Old 23.09.2014, 04:35
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Which Java version do you have?
looks like i have 6... is that not current?
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Old 23.09.2014, 06:05
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Java6 has been discontinued over in 2013

Java 6, First public release: Dec 2006, end of life: Feb 2013

Java6 is highly exploitable I advise that you upgrade to Java7 for JD0.9/Nightly
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Old 23.09.2014, 19:13
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Windows 7 / JD 0.9:
Since the update JD is just not opening! I see the icon in the systemtray and mouseover shows potential DL speed ... but the actual interface doesn't open. It ran perfectly before!

I tried the jdupdate.jar with my good working java 6, no success. Then I updated to java 7 and started jdupdate again. Same issue... NO INTERFACE !

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Old 23.09.2014, 19:42
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Sure about that? I'm aware that Apple can no longer provide there own Java due to licence changes since Oracle bought out SunMicroSystems. You have the uninstall Java6 provided by Apple and goto **External links are only visible to Support Staff**... and select JRE7 and install yourself. If I'm on the wrong track let us know.
According to both Apple and Oracle that doesn't work.

"Mac OS X System Requirements for Oracle Java 7

Intel-based Mac running Mac OS X version 10.7.3 and above"

http://www.java.com/en/download/help/mac_install.xml
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Old 23.09.2014, 20:01
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@mark909
Ok good to know. Sucks to be you I guess. Are there any reasons why you haven't been keeping up with OS upgrades? I believe Apple has made the OS free now? Maybe there is some type of hardware restriction also?

@jetsetter
not sure what to recommend other than maybe clean config/ directory. you could try to close jd, rename config/ to config.old/ and start jdupdate.jar see what happens, as an experiment. It will create clean/new configs and you can revert changes easy enough with another couple directory renames.
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Old 24.09.2014, 05:55
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not sure what to recommend other than maybe clean config/ directory. you could try to close jd, rename config/ to config.old/ and start jdupdate.jar see what happens, as an experiment. It will create clean/new configs and you can revert changes easy enough with another couple directory renames.
raztoki
Thanks for your quick answer...
Doing what you suggested meant starting fresh and "worked". So it did open again. Switching back to the old config folder, brougth back the old problem.
Any option left to maybe combine these two without losing my huge download list? Thanks again
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Old 24.09.2014, 06:27
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@jetsetter
not sure, maybe using hotkeys whilst the application is selected/in forground. But as you stated you can't do that. Maybe jump our online chat and find myself and ask for Teamviewer session. See what I can find out.

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Old 24.09.2014, 08:15
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Hello i have the same problem (freeeeeeze) with 10.9.5.
I use an older version until the update...

thanks for all :-)
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Old 24.09.2014, 21:14
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Ok good to know. Sucks to be you I guess. Are there any reasons why you haven't been keeping up with OS upgrades? I believe Apple has made the OS free now? Maybe there is some type of hardware restriction also?
I can run 10.7 on this hardware, but the reason I haven't upgraded because if it isn't broke, I don't fix it. And 10.6.8 seems to work perfectly fine with every program I use, including JD.

JD was working fine with Java 6 until the last update broke it.

The last time I backed up my applications was 15 August. I don't back up applications up as often as my data, because I could just download any interim updates if necessary without losing anything.

So I'm currently using JD from 15 August (0.9.581). It says 780 updates are available, but otherwise seems to be working fine.

Unfortunately, JD doesn't seem to keep an update repository. So I can't update it to right before the update that broke it. So until the latest update is fixed, updating is either all or nothing.

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