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Old 01.03.2009, 13:49
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Question [Solved] Jdownloader Filepackage - can't be deleted

Hi,

I did an update last week (like always). It says, that the DL-List may be corrupted afterwards.

The prob now is, that I have a folder in the DL-queue (without any file) and I can't get rid of that.

I tried it to change it in the config "at start" etc. (I tried all), but after each restart, this folder is still there.
I also deleted the backup folder...

Also, When you try to move files from other folders into that, this is not possible...
Manual deletion of course does also not affect...

What can I do to get rid of this?
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Old 01.03.2009, 14:02
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Bug is already fixed. PLease refer to Changeset 4809
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Old 01.03.2009, 17:29
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I don't understand. When it is fixed, how comes, that it is still there? (I did the latest update)

Where is the DL-List saved?
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Old 01.03.2009, 19:32
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Dl List is saved in the config/dir , but we strongly advise you not to play arround with the database files.

It is fixed and will be released with the next update this night.
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Old 02.03.2009, 20:53
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THX!

Works fine now!
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