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Old 30.01.2015, 20:15
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@Achim W.
thanks for reply. i always do kill my jdownloader process, i use this command to specify jdownloader process id number

ps -ef | grep -i jdownloader | grep -v grep

then use
kill -9 PID
to kill only jdownloader
but do this procedure really update jdownloader ? how can i tell?. for the vnc i don't like this idea for servers .

@mrc
thanks for creating the ticket

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Old 02.02.2015, 09:34
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Please use a normal TERM (kill) and NOT kill -9
JDownloader listen to signals and is able to shut down normally when you send a TERM. Kill can lead to dataloss/broken lists
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Old 02.02.2015, 19:27
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Please use a normal TERM (kill) and NOT kill -9
JDownloader listen to signals and is able to shut down normally when you send a TERM. Kill can lead to dataloss/broken lists
Thanks for the clarification .
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Old 03.02.2015, 11:14
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JDownloader now writes its PID into JDownloader.pid
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Old 03.02.2015, 20:47
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First off, I really like my.jdownloader.org. It doesn't (yet?) have all the features that the regular JD has but it does work pretty well. Here are a couple comments I have when using it:

1. The downloads list of files doesn't always update correctly. That is, if I am downloading a package with a bunch of files and I have expanded the package so I can see each file, when a file completes the download and is removed from the list, the entire list of files goes away. I have to click the '-' next to the package name and then '+' again to see the files (until the next file completes and I have to do it again).

2. The right-click context menu in the LinkCollector can get cut off if you right-click on a file at the bottom of the screen.

3. I had an error during extraction of a multipart .rar archive and I had no idea what was going on (the downloads list was empty). It turned out that some pieces of the multipart archive were missing. So it wasn't clear if somehow some pieces failed to download or if there was an error during extraction (or both). I'm pretty sure I had all parts in the LinkCollector otherwise it would have warned me about trying to download an incomplete package.

4. The way the download paths are set is a little confusing. I realize that this is tricky since we aren't dealing with local paths anymore but paths on the machine that JD is running on. It also seems like recently chosen paths aren't remembered in the drop down list. Lastly, I wish it was easier to include the package name in the path (remembering the <jd:packagename> syntax isn't great). Maybe a checkbox or something to append <jd:packagename> would help? Oh, and maybe displaying the default path instead of <DEFAULT PATH> would be helpful too.

5. I couldn't find a way to split a package by hoster in the LinkCollector. I was sort of able to work around this by using the filter feature though.

6. Showing the progress of archive extraction would be really nice.

Anyways, thanks again for this great software (both the original JD and my.JD).

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Old 04.02.2015, 09:06
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My.JDownloader is still under heavy development. Goal is that nearly all functions are available in webinterface/apps too.
All points are bugs/incomplete stuff.. Currently mrc is the only one working on webinterface/app so development will take some time.
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Old 04.02.2015, 10:57
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@nukestop
Your feature requests will be implemented soon, I'm currently working on integrating more contextual actions for the list items in the Android app. Archive validation is already available in the Android app and the web interface.
The remaining points are bugs / glitches that I'll fix with the next update of the web interface.
Thanks for your great, detailed feedback!
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Old 07.02.2015, 17:36
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mrc please check that out:
https://board.jdownloader.org/showthread.php?t=61447

GreeZ psp
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Old 09.02.2015, 21:36
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One more thing I've been seeing:

When I load my.jdownloader.org in my browser the little progress bar at the top of the screen slowly loads up and then hangs indefinitely at about 99%. If I refresh the page in my browser then my dashboard loads up almost immediately. I'm using Firefox 35.0.1 if that matters.
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Old 12.02.2015, 12:29
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2 improvements for the browser (firefox in my case) extension:

1) If I click on the extension I can briefly see (less than second) my connected JD, but then it gets refreshed and the loading bar shows up instead. Sometimes this takes several seconds and is really annoying if you want access the my.jd website through the extension. Can you disable this onclick refresh or at least do it in the background?

2) Live stats would be nice. Right now they're only getting refreshed if I click on the refresh button.
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Old 12.02.2015, 18:01
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@nukestop
This is a bug that should be fixed with the next web interface release.

@Firefly1337
I will have a look into it, this should really be done asynchronously.

Thanks for your input!
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Old 13.02.2015, 10:43
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Hi,

ich nutze my.jdownloader.org. Der JDownloader läuft auf meinem Server mit OpenMediaVault. Leider funktionieren die Updates nicht. Wenn ich auf den Button klicke, läd sich zwar die Seite neu aber Updates werden keine installiert. Er setzt aber meine kompletten Downloads zurück und in der Liste erscheinen wieder Downloads die ich bereits vor einer Woche beendete.

Vermutlich funktioniert aufgrund der veralteten Version auch das Laden von DLC's nicht mehr bzw. das autom. decrypten von linkcryptern sowie cnl.

Eine Idee?
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Old 13.02.2015, 10:48
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Bitte mal den logs Ordner von JDownloader an support@jdownloader.org schicken (als zip)
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Old 17.02.2015, 19:51
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Hallo,

nutzt hier noch jemand den JD2 mit my.jdownloader.org unter Debian wheezy?

Mein JDownloader meldet sich scheinbar erfolgreich bei my.jdownloader an hat aber trozdem irgend ein Problem denn er erscheint nicht auf der my.jdownloader Seite und das Symbol weist auch auf ein Problem hin:



ich habe den JDownloader2 in gleicher konfiguration auch noch unter Ubuntu da läuft alles ohne Probleme
zusätzlich habe ich nochmal zum testen Debian und den JD2 in einer VM installiert da habe ich exakt das selbe problem wie oben beschrieben daher vermute ich das es mit Debian zusammen hängt...

Unter Debian benutze ich übrigens das Java Paket: openjdk-6-jdk
unter Ubuntu ist Java schon vorhanden gewesen.
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Old 18.02.2015, 09:29
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Gibt nen Bug mit Java 1.6 (siehe About Dialog im JDownloader welche Version genutzt wird). Den werd ich heute noch fixen. Falls kein Java 1.6 sein sollte, so melde dich am besten via E-mail unter support@jdownloader.org
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Old 18.02.2015, 16:27
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Gibt nen Bug mit Java 1.6 (siehe About Dialog im JDownloader welche Version genutzt wird). Den werd ich heute noch fixen. Falls kein Java 1.6 sein sollte, so melde dich am besten via E-mail unter support@jdownloader.org
Ja bei Debian ist es Java 1.6.0_34 unter Ubuntu wo das Problem nicht auftritt läuft Java 1.7.0_21

Währe nett wenn du kurz bescheid sagen würdest wenn das Update das den Bug behebt verteilt wird...:clap:


Schon mal danke fürs fixen



EDIT:
Oh Bug wurde schon behoben jetzt läufts wie es soll! 1000Dank!!

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Old 18.02.2015, 18:16
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Old 18.02.2015, 22:47
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Hi, i would like to say that the Android app is superb, i really like this app to manage the JD remotely and the look and feel is great. I don't know much about android patterns of design or tendencies, but this is really good.

I have some features that could be added to the mobile app:

- Red color for dead links
- More detailed description about skipped downloads

Maybe i'll add some other features as i use the app, 'cause i'm starting with it 3 days ago.

Many thanks!!
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Old 18.02.2015, 23:02
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So I apologize if this has been mentioned (I've searched and searched! These forums and googling all around!) or is a simple setting I've missed somewhere, but, I can not seem to get the app to connect when on anything other a WiFi connection.

It will work on my local network, as long as my phone is connected by WiFi and it will work on my work network, as long as the phone is connected by WiFi.. But the second I'm on LTE or HSPA, I can only access the login screen of the app. Any idea what's going on here? I'm happy to set up manual port forwarding on my host machine if necessary, but I was/am working under the impression that the my.jdownloader is taking care of forwarding/DNS issues.

Thank you all in advance for any help, and for the useful software!
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Old 19.02.2015, 08:37
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@wdeezy:
Webclient/Smartphone app will work as long as it can connect to api.jdownloader.org (normal http)
No need to setup any port forwarding (JDownloader dont need this in LAN)
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