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Old 29.06.2020, 15:14
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Default Connect my headless JD2 docker container to my PC Jdownloader?

Hey, so I have a nas that I use for some downloading, which is done through a headless JD2 docker container. However, for ease of use, when I have to manually add links, I use my PC which has JD2 installed. I save the downloaded files to the same place but obviously if I shut down the PC, the downloads stop.

I know I could just add the files using the my.jdownloader web-ui, but I find it a little slow & less handy than an installed version of JD2.

Is there anyway so set it up so that when I add links to the JD2 client I have installed on my windows PC, it actually adds them to the JD2 client on my NAS, so I could then perhaps still see there download progress on the PC client, but also if I shut it down, it'll continue downloading since it's actually running on the NAS?

Or, something similar like that?

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Old 29.06.2020, 15:22
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No this is not possible out of the box.
You'd have to create something like this yourself using EventScripter scripts and the myjd API:

Also because you've talked about myjd being slow:
Did you enable- and test direct connect mode?
As long as your NAS is powerful enough, your issues almost certainly happened because you're not using direct connect mode.

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