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Old 22.03.2009, 19:38
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Hi,

I would really like to see a Linux console version of this great app.
You web interface is like the best I've already seen, and it works good enough to do all basic tasks.

With a console version I would be able to use a small lightweight Linux box to download my files at night.

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Old 23.03.2009, 06:26
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+1 Oh yes what a great idea!
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Old 23.03.2009, 11:07
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That's already in our plans for JD future
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Old 23.03.2009, 14:03
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With a console version I would be able to use a small lightweight Linux box to download my files at night.
What would be tremendous : a JDownloader for **External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff** for example on a **External links are only visible to Support Staff**ASUS 700gE
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Old 23.03.2009, 16:11
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Marked as "in progress" but note that you shouldn't expect this funxtion to be released within the next few updates!
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Old 24.03.2009, 02:45
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That's already in our plans for JD future
Fantastic news!

Is it likely to be ncurses based with the ability to use dtach or screen for remote management?

Keep up the good work guys!
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Old 24.05.2009, 13:51
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Marked as "in progress" but note that you shouldn't expect this funxtion to be released within the next few updates!
Sounds great - would love to see this not too far in the future
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Old 15.06.2009, 12:48
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Is this Linux console version being actively worked on? If so, is it weeks or months or years away from release?

Knowing this will be a big help in making a hardware replacement decision.

Thanks
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Old 18.06.2009, 11:54
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jdownloader running in a console is defintly a must have.

but before implementing a ncurses version, which is lots of work, it would be sufficient to be able to run jdownloader in background mode without a GUI.

different steps to run in a console :
1/ install jdownloader on a host with a graphic environment
2/ enable webservice in jdownloader through the gui
3/ move jdownloader directory on the linux host
4/ start jd.sh --daemon, or run it in a screen

or simpler, just run jdownloader through cli and do everything through it : jd.sh --disable-gui --enable-webservices
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Old 18.06.2009, 18:22
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the one we are working on will be a deamon mode....no ncurse or console
deamon + webinterface or remote gui
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Old 24.06.2009, 17:49
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I'll love this! I'll be able to create the ultimate download machine them!! but... will be it only for linux or will be it avaible for freebsd/windows and other supported os?
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Old 25.06.2009, 04:22
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java = multios
but this feature is still far from alpha but slowley moving forward
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Old 30.06.2009, 12:24
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java = multios
but this feature is still far from alpha but slowley moving forward
Any update on this?

I think there's a lot of people with NAS/server devices like me that would really appreciate to run it without GUI.

Would it be possible for now to at least release a version that won't initialize GUI but will keep running and responding to the web interface calls? I'd be able to configure everything on one machine with GUI, enable web interface and then copy onto the server and just run without GUI and use the web interface to download files.

Thanks,
Keep up the good work.
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Old 10.07.2009, 22:37
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Hi, I have a problem. I would like running Jdownloader without gui. I had proved that and it's not work.

I use jre6-u14. I had enabled webservices and remote control for jdownloader.


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jdownloader running in a console is defintly a must have.

but before implementing a ncurses version, which is lots of work, it would be sufficient to be able to run jdownloader in background mode without a GUI.

different steps to run in a console :
1/ install jdownloader on a host with a graphic environment
2/ enable webservice in jdownloader through the gui
3/ move jdownloader directory on the linux host
4/ start jd.sh --daemon, or run it in a screen

or simpler, just run jdownloader through cli and do everything through it : jd.sh --disable-gui --enable-webservices
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This is the error message:

server:~# jd.sh --disable-gui --enable-webservices
JD Installation found: Starting JD now
10-jul-2009 23:31:56 - INFO [jd.Main(main)] -> Start JDownloader
JAR
10-jul-2009 23:31:58 - LA MÁS FINA [jd.utils.JDUtilities(getJDClassLoader)] -> Create Classloader: for: /root/.jd
10-jul-2009 23:31:58 - LA MÁS FINA [jd.JDClassLoader(<init>)] -> rootDir:/root/.jd
/root/.jd
file:/root/.jd/jd
10-jul-2009 23:31:58 - MÁS FINA [jd.JDClassLoader(<init>)] -> Jar file loaded: /root/.jd/plugins/JDWebinterface.jar
10-jul-2009 23:31:58 - MÁS FINA [jd.JDClassLoader(<init>)] -> Jar file loaded: /root/.jd/plugins/JDUnrar.jar
10-jul-2009 23:31:58 - MÁS FINA [jd.JDClassLoader(<init>)] -> Jar file loaded: /root/.jd/plugins/JDTray.jar
10-jul-2009 23:31:59 - MÁS FINA [jd.JDClassLoader(<init>)] -> Jar file loaded: /root/.jd/plugins/JDShutdown.jar
10-jul-2009 23:31:59 - MÁS FINA [jd.JDClassLoader(<init>)] -> Jar file loaded: /root/.jd/plugins/JDRemoteControl.jar
10-jul-2009 23:31:59 - MÁS FINA [jd.JDClassLoader(<init>)] -> Jar file loaded: /root/.jd/plugins/JDChat.jar
10-jul-2009 23:31:59 - MÁS FINA [jd.JDClassLoader(<init>)] -> Jar file loaded: /root/.jd/plugins/JDHJMerge.jar
10-jul-2009 23:31:59 - MÁS FINA [jd.JDClassLoader(<init>)] -> Jar file loaded: /root/.jd/JDownloader.jar
10-jul-2009 23:31:59 - GRAVE [jd.Main(main)] -> Instance Handling not possible!
10-jul-2009 23:32:00 - INFO [jd.Main(main)] -> init Eventmanager
10-jul-2009 23:32:00 - MÁS FINA [jd.config.DatabaseConnector(<init>)] -> Loading database
10-jul-2009 23:32:00 - MÁS FINA [jd.config.DatabaseConnector(checkDatabaseHeader)] -> Checking database
Loaded language: Spanish
10-jul-2009 23:32:03 - INFO [jd.Main(main)] -> init Localisation
Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NullPointerException
at jd.Main.increaseSplashStatus(Unknown Source)
at jd.Main.main(Unknown Source)
Exception in thread "Thread-1" java.lang.NullPointerException
at it.sauronsoftware.junique.Server.stop(Server.java:152)
at it.sauronsoftware.junique.JUnique.releaseLock(JUnique.java:205)
at it.sauronsoftware.junique.JUnique.access$3(JUnique.java:203)
at it.sauronsoftware.junique.JUnique$ShutdownHook.run(JUnique.java:424)
at java.lang.Thread.run(Unknown Source)



Please, What can I do?

Sorry, my enghish is very bad.

Thanks!

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Old 20.08.2009, 00:43
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Quote:
Originally Posted by whoopy View Post
jdownloader running in a console is defintly a must have.

but before implementing a ncurses version, which is lots of work, it would be sufficient to be able to run jdownloader in background mode without a GUI.

different steps to run in a console :
1/ install jdownloader on a host with a graphic environment
2/ enable webservice in jdownloader through the gui
3/ move jdownloader directory on the linux host
4/ start jd.sh --daemon, or run it in a screen

or simpler, just run jdownloader through cli and do everything through it : jd.sh --disable-gui --enable-webservices
Thanks, but "Add Links" tab in webservice don't work in this mode. :-(

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Old 02.09.2009, 12:49
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Hello,

id really like to see this feature too. Or is it already available?
If not, who is working on it and where can i check out the current status of this work (svn)?

Regards,
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Old 02.09.2009, 16:09
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we did many internal changes that are neccessary for gui/guiless change...but no further work is done for better webinterface or so, because we have too many things on jd todo list at the moment....

guiless mode is still on our longterm todo list
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Old 16.09.2009, 11:11
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I did manage so far to get JD running in a console, using Xvfb as X-Server (there is a thread on this, search for Xvfb).
However, I guess the webinterface or remote control have to be enabled to work, and I have no idea how to manage that. I think that maybe tho configuration of JD is in a hsql database, that is loaded on start (in /database), but everything looks crypted and I can't spot specific configurations. Any way to change configuration? Maybe on another host?
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Old 16.09.2009, 12:58
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why not let jd run inside a vnc session (you dont need a xserver for that) and then can configure jd there and use webinterface for remote
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Old 16.09.2009, 13:15
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I couldn't find a good howto yet on which vnc on debian etch and running over ssh... I thought vnc always would need X installed (though maybe not the server running)?
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