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Old 22.01.2011, 13:56
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Default First usage of Linkgrabber must be single link

I've had this problem in latest releases, fully updated upon installation, both in Windows XP and Ubuntu 10.04.

When I pasted a list of URLs to parse, JD failed to retrieve any links.
Note: these URLs contain either direct links (HTML href tag) to several file parts in rapidshare, fileserver, and similar, or just the URL in standard text.

At a point, I just cut the standard text link, and JD automatically detected and parsed it.
Then I tried the "woman" URL, and JD now was capable of parsing links, text, images, everything.

Since the problem had the exact same behaviour in Windows and Ubuntu, I suspect this is some kind of initialization issue in Linkgrabber: after the first direct link to fileshare or similar, it starts working; before that, it seems unable to parse whatever you provide it.

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Old 22.01.2011, 14:38
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pleaes provide example links(text) and logfiles
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Old 15.02.2011, 23:10
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Unable to do it any longer... installation is no longer fresh and logging isn't active by default.

I tried it with links from dl4all.com such as:
**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**
**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**

I had this problem while I didn't paste a direct link to a hoster URL. After that, linkgrabber was able to parse and start all other downloads.

Can you do a fresh installation?
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Old 16.02.2011, 11:01
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If you can no longer reproduce the error and the error does no longer happen I wouldn't re-install. If that's what you wanted to ask....
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Old 16.02.2011, 11:02
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i fixed this in linkfinder
you add the url and let jd search the links, right?
this will work better with next jd update or next nightly
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Old 17.02.2011, 01:59
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@remi
problem is not the error not happening any longer, problem is it happened in 2 different releases, so it might be happening to more people. Also, it looks something simple to fix. Just my way of improving people's experience with JDownloader.

@Jiaz
Thank you, hope it works.
As for your question: yes, I add the dl4all link and let jd do the parsing of the html. It won't find the hotfile links, only other hosters.
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Old 17.02.2011, 02:01
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@Jiaz
Ignore the "It won't find the hotfile links, only other hosters." part, it was meant for a different thread.
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