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Old 26.01.2024, 16:01
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Default Jdownloader headless on raspberry Pi5: archive extraction issues

I installed jdownloader following this guide on my Raspberry Pi5: https://support.jdownloader.org/Know...ded-devices/10

I always used this type of installation with a Raspberry Pi4 without problems but now jDownloader can't extract rar or zip file, even if the extension is enabled.

I noticed that if I try to manually extract a downloaded file, the "Archive Settings" option is disabled.

This is my system information:
Operating System
Linux (LINUX 64Bit) (aarch64 64Bit)
Java
17.0.9+9-Debian-1deb12u1 (64Bit) (headless)
Debian
OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM
Heap
99.36 MB / 213.91 MB / 2.11 GB

Do you have any suggestions to solve this issue?
Thanks!
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Old 26.01.2024, 16:09
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Check if extraction extension is enabled is enabled Settings -> Archive Extractor

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If it is enabled and it still doesn't work, please provide a log.

Please post your log-ID here
If your bugreport is about a specific website which JD supports via plugin, please also provide example URLs which can be used to reproduce the issue you are having.

Bitte poste deine Log-ID hier.
Falls dein gemeldetes Problem ein Problem mit einer Webseite ist, die per Plugin unterstützt wird, stelle bitte zusätzlich Testlinks zur Verfügung, mit denen sich dein Problem nachstellen lässt.

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Old 26.01.2024, 17:16
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The extraction extension is enabled, I sent the log:
jdlog://1740411370661
or this
jdlog://2740411370661

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Old 30.01.2024, 08:53
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Did I upload the files correctly? Because I'm not very familiar with these things
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Old 02.02.2024, 12:46
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extraction module cannot be initualized because JDownloader cannot write access into its tmp folder
Caused by: java.nio.file.AccessDeniedException: /mnt/usb/jdownloader/tmp/7zip/SevenZipJBinding-XZJYm/lib7-Zip-JBinding.so
it wants to delete the wrong native file and extract the correct one for your system
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Old 02.02.2024, 15:31
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Ok thanks, so I just have to change the /mnt/usb/jdownloader/tmp/ folder permissions recursively and the problem should solve, right?
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Old 02.02.2024, 15:32
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Most likely yes.

Btw. you should have gotten that same reply also in the private support ticket you've created. Didn't you get that e-mail?
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Old 02.02.2024, 16:03
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I can't remember the email I used for this account and I can't see where to change that, so I don't know where the emails are gone.

EDIT: Checking my local log and trying to autoextract a downloaded file I have this log:

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88631386-02/02/24, 16:43:51 - [org.jdownloader.extensions.extraction.multi.Multi(checkLibraries)] -> Try LibIDs: [Linux-arm64, Linux-aarch64]
--ID:47TS:1706888631387-02/02/24, 16:43:51 - [org.jdownloader.extensions.extraction.multi.Multi(initLibrary)] -> LibID not found: Linux-arm64
--ID:47TS:1706888631387-02/02/24, 16:43:51 - [org.jdownloader.extensions.extraction.multi.Multi(initLibrary)] -> LibID not found: Linux-aarch64
--ID:47TS:1706888631408-02/02/24, 16:43:51 - [org.jdownloader.extensions.extraction.multi.Multi(checkLibraries)] -> Available LibIDs:[Linux-armv5, Linux-armv5-qnap, Linux-armv6, Linux-armv71, Linux-armhf-musl, Linux-armv7-musl]
--ID:47TS:1706888631422-02/02/24, 16:43:51 - [org.jdownloader.extensions.extraction.multi.Multi(isAvailable)] -> Unsupported SevenZipJBinding|Version=16.02-2.01|CPU_ARCH=ARM|OS_FAM=LINUX|OS=DEBIAN|64Bit_JVM=true|64Bit_ARCH=true|HW:null
--ID:47TS:1706888631422-02/02/24, 16:43:51 - [org.jdownloader.extensions.extraction.ExtractionExtension(lazyInitOnceOnStart)] -> Extractor org.jdownloader.extensions.extraction.multi.Multi plugin could not be initialized
--ID:47TS:1706888631424-02/02/24, 16:43:51 - [org.jdownloader.extensions.AbstractExtension(init)] -> Init Duration: 113
It seems that jDownloader does not have the LibIDs: [Linux-arm64, Linux-aarch64] for Raspberry PI 5, changing folder permissions (and its subfolders/files) does not solve the problem.

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Old 06.02.2024, 19:44
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It seems that jDownloader does not have the LibIDs: [Linux-arm64, Linux-aarch64] for Raspberry PI 5, changing folder permissions (and its subfolders/files) does not solve the problem.
You had installed with 32bit bitness and therefore the 64bit libs were not installed. After changing OS/cpu/bitness it's recommended to *reset* the installation like pspzockerscene explained. Those steps will keep/not touch your settings/lists. It just checks installations and installs missing files for your os/cpu/bitness.

I finally received my own PI5 and could fix some hardware detection with next major batch of updates. But those are not required for extraction to work.
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Old 06.02.2024, 13:07
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Sorry for the delay.
The bitness of your OS changed but you are trying to re-use your old installation.

Try this:
1. Close JDownloader.
2. Delete the following folders in your JD install dir: tmp, update
3. Restart JD and update it.
The required/fitting extraction libs should now be obtained automatically.
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Old 07.02.2024, 18:02
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Sorry for the delay.
The bitness of your OS changed but you are trying to re-use your old installation.

Try this:
1. Close JDownloader.
2. Delete the following folders in **External links are only visible to Support Staff**...: tmp, update
3. Restart JD and update it.
The required/fitting extraction libs should now be obtained automatically.
Thank you very much, your procedure solved the problem, thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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