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Old 06.08.2011, 20:45
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Im running Ubuntu 11.04, and recently downloaded and installed JDownloader.
I Installed it via the .deb file. But it doesn't have any internet access, i cannot check status, download or even update.
I though it was a problem with my installation but i Downloaded the .zip instead and ran the JDownloader.jar file. Same problem.
I have also tried changing the Java Environment, from OpenJDK to SunJDK, still no use.

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Old 07.08.2011, 09:22
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Please, provide an Emergency Log.
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Old 07.08.2011, 11:23
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make sure you setup proxy in case you need it
or setup a correct proxy
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Old 08.08.2011, 05:05
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Sorry for not posting the log, here it is:

[This is after starting JD and providing links to Linkgrabber, and waiting for it to show "status: Temporarily Uncheckable]
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File Type: rar JDownloader_NO_I.rar (55.6 KB, 302 views)
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Old 08.08.2011, 11:21
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If you're using the automatic reconnect feature, please disable it or increase the "First IP check wait time (sec)" and "Timeout for ip change [sec]" settings in Settings -> Reconnection -> Advanced.

Note also that you're using an unstable version of the JRE. If you would get other problems, please revert to update 21 ("**External links are only visible to Support Staff**).
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Old 08.08.2011, 12:31
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what does
java -version show?
did you check proxy settings?
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Old 08.08.2011, 12:50
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I tried to download jdownloader windows web installer but it always failed, the maximum download i get is 6% only. I also tried your windows offline installer but the same thing happened. Actually I was using already jdownloader 3 months ago but last 2 weeks ago my hardisk was broken so i have to change it and all my files cannot be recovered thats why I'm downloading the jdownloader installer again but this time can't get it. Its been 3 days now attempting to download it but with no avail. Can somebody help me.
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Old 08.08.2011, 12:56
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seems some issue on your side. all our servers are working fine.
i would check drivers/hardware/wlan / router
this is the url hxxp://94.23.204.158/JDownloader.zip
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Old 08.08.2011, 15:33
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Do you own an internet security/firewall? You might have to allow java.exe and javaw.exe.
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Old 12.08.2011, 18:28
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Well, since im using Linux I dont have a firewall.

Also, It has nothing to do with the timeout value, since its not even checking the online status....Im running on 1.6.9_25. I have tried all the various version of java environment and still no difference...
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Old 12.08.2011, 18:32
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what does java -version output?
did you try sun java?
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Old 13.08.2011, 11:25
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Quote:
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Well, since im using Linux I dont have a firewall.
I suppose you don't lock the door of your house/car neither.

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Im running on 1.6.9_25.
Replace your java with a more stable version like JRE (1.)6 update 21. See "**External links are only visible to Support Staff**.
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