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Old 09.08.2022, 17:36
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Hi,
Since a couple of weeks I've updated jdownloader but I can't no more use extraction plugin, looking to logs folder it seems that it can't find the right LibID.

These is my log id: jdlog://8391035302851

Can you guys help me?
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Old 10.08.2022, 16:47
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@ilteoood: Please use this method to fix your installation, see https://support.jdownloader.org/Know...r-installation
according to log your JDownloader installation is missing the native extraction libraries. Did you move the installation from other system/environment?
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Old 11.08.2022, 09:25
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Hi @Jiaz,
nope, I'm using this docker image, which seems to make a fresh install each time you create a new container:
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Old 11.08.2022, 09:31
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I've tried to follow that guide, but the "Archive settings" is always disabled.
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Old 11.08.2022, 16:08
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@ilteoood: issue is caused by docker image not supporting your alpine linux distro
the following line in github.com/jaymoulin/docker-jdownloader/blob/master/Dockerfile
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COPY ./${ARCH}/*.jar /opt/JDownloader/libs/
replaces the correct/working jars with the wrong/outdated jars

either you remove that line by yourself or ask maintainer to fix it
or
use different docker image, eg github.com/antlafarge/jdownloader
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install plain without docker, see https://support.jdownloader.org/Know...bedded-devices
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Old 11.08.2022, 16:10
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Hi @Jiaz,
nope, I'm using this docker image,
Would it be possible to provide me some details? I'm asking because JDownloader doesn't properly detect the docker environment and I would like to fix this.
can you please join the container via ssh and provide me the output of
cat /proc/1/cgroup
cat /proc/self/cgroup

you can send output to support@jdownloader.org
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Old 12.08.2022, 08:22
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@ilteoood: issue is caused by docker image not supporting your alpine linux distro
the following line in github.com/jaymoulin/docker-jdownloader/blob/master/Dockerfile

replaces the correct/working jars with the wrong/outdated jars

either you remove that line by yourself or ask maintainer to fix it
or
use different docker image, eg github.com/antlafarge/jdownloader
or
install plain without docker, see **External links are only visible to Support Staff**...
Hi, I've already tried that image but the result is the same.
If there's nothing else that I can do, I'll try with the plain installation without docker.
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Old 12.08.2022, 08:25
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Would it be possible to provide me some details? I'm asking because JDownloader doesn't properly detect the docker environment and I would like to fix this.
can you please join the container via ssh and provide me the output of
cat /proc/1/cgroup
cat /proc/self/cgroup

you can send output to support@jdownloader.org
For the jaymoulin image, this is the requested output (I'm attaching it here because gmail can't deliver my messages to support@jdownloader.org)

Code:
/opt/JDownloader # cat /proc/1/cgroup
0::/
/opt/JDownloader # cat /proc/self/cgroup
0::/
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Old 12.08.2022, 08:39
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Jiaz View Post
Would it be possible to provide me some details? I'm asking because JDownloader doesn't properly detect the docker environment and I would like to fix this.
can you please join the container via ssh and provide me the output of
cat /proc/1/cgroup
cat /proc/self/cgroup

you can send output to support@jdownloader.org
I've also re-installed the docker image that you suggested, with the same result.

Here is the output:

Code:
# cat /proc/1/cgroup
0::/
# cat /proc/self/cgroup
0::/


For this image I've also produced the following logs: jdlog://2891035302851

Let me know if these informations are useful to you.
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Old 12.08.2022, 14:11
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@ilteoood: Thanks for the feedback!
issue is caused by
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--ID:46TS:1660286167761-8/12/22 6:36:07 AM - [org.jdownloader.extensions.extraction.multi.Multi(checkLibraries)] -> Available LibIDs:[Linux-arm64, Linux-aarch64-musl]
--ID:46TS:1660286167769-8/12/22 6:36:07 AM - [org.jdownloader.extensions.extraction.multi.Multi(isAvailable)] -> Unsupported SevenZipJBinding|Version=16.02-2.01|CPU_ARCH=ARM|OS_FAM=LINUX|OS=UBUNTU_JAMMY|64Bit_JVM=false|64Bit_ARCH=false|HW:RaspberryPI|Type: 4B|MemorySize:GB_8|Manufacturer:SONY_UK|Processor:BCM2711|Raw:d03114
Your docker image only has 64bit arm native libs but you are using a 32bit jvm.
Quote:
--ID:1TS:1660286159500-8/12/22 6:35:59 AM - [jd.SecondLevelLaunch(mainStart)] -> JVM:18312007|1.8.0_312-8u312-b07-0ubuntu1-b07|64bit:false
it looks like 32/64bit missmatch, maybe you are running 64bit kernel but 32bit system? kernel reports 64bit but system/java is 32bit.
maybe you can install 64bit jvm?

as an alternative, manually download/add the 32bit libs as well:
downoad the file
mega.nz/file/DUNlkBZJ#Ql-Hg4vUt_pcSmM6jjNeJo_CFeEJEQhr8Stn_Icm7yM
and place it inside docker container into libs/ folder and restart JDownloader
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Old 14.08.2022, 12:41
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Previously I had a 32 bit raspbian os with a 64 bit kernel, as it was the only way to fully use the raspberry pi hardware.

Now I've formatted and flashed raspbian os 64 bit. With the same docker image, now everything works correctly.
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Old 16.08.2022, 17:31
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@ilteoood: Thank you very much for your time spent on this issue and sharing your feedback! Glad to hear that you could solve this by yourself !
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