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Old 08.08.2019, 18:49
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Sorry, I still dont get it: Do I have to rename the files 1602 to 1509 to get it working, since JD isn't checking for highest number? I'm compiling and trying it again now and report back.
Yes, JDownloader only uses the original files OR the ones with 1509 in name. It doesn't matter what version is in those files. It was just a fast hack to allow manual using of newer version without overwriting the original one. I will add 'checking for highest number' when I find time for it
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Do I need to use JDK8 or should I get another version to test with? Earlier in this thread I read you could also compile for specific java version, maybe that parameter does the trick. (I always ran without specifying anything more)
You should use JDK8 for compiling the library.
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Old 08.08.2019, 19:18
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Yes, JDownloader only uses the original files OR the ones with 1509 in name. It doesn't matter what version is in those files. It was just a fast hack to allow manual using of newer version without overwriting the original one. I will add 'checking for highest number' when I find time for it
Okay, I thought I already tested this by replacing the original files with the ones I compiled, but now the version is correctly recognized (that were non-intuitive and I were just assuming):

--ID:36TS:1565280918086-8/8/19 6:15:18 PM - [org.jdownloader.extensions.extraction.multi.Multi(isAvailable)] -> Supported SevenZipJBinding|Version=16.02-2.01beta|RAR5=true|CPU_ARCH=ARM|OS_FAM=LINUX|OS=DEBIAN_BUSTER|64Bit_JVM=false|64Bit_ARCH=false

I'm testing this now and report back later - will take some time now.
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Old 08.08.2019, 19:30
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Thanks for the feedback!
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Old 08.08.2019, 22:24
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I'm about to quit the error-hunting, but here I found an error inside journal:

Aug 08 21:14:41 WDMyCloud kernel: CPU: 0 PID: 28250 Comm: java Not tainted 4.15.0-rc6 #2

I need to add info about my setup: I'm not only running JD on my NAS and this NAS is kinda homebrewed, normally I wouldn't have such access to it. I'm also running nzbget, sane, samba, cups, mysql, nginx and so on. From what I can see, it seems another process was reponsible and killed JD.

In between I fixed some other problems like low space for root partition. This problem could be a config problem on my end, but on the other hand, I know a similiar problem like JD works without crashes for me, but makes use of packages like unrar and such.

P.S.: There's also another error I'm trying to fix now:
mvpp2 f10f0000.ethernet eth0: failed to refill BM pools

A longer log can be found here:
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Edith: Depending the second error, I need to update my kernel now.

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Old 09.08.2019, 19:06
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Thanks for sharing your findings. Yes, the kernel looks doesn't look good. Did you compile Kernel by yourself because as far as I remember, the default MyCloud kernel used incompatible pagesize to most software and would require a custom compiled java. Of course my memory may play fool to me and I remembered it for different NAS device.
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Old 09.08.2019, 20:40
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And because of restrictions:
Armv7 32bit 15.09: mega url + #!deAUkYjY!9kirUFJRNt7kLpxybQLYdpeXydF82Q4-_KlMK1LnCYI
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Thank you! I have tested version 15.09 with several RAR5 archives on my Raspberry Pi 4 and it works flawless.
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Old 11.08.2019, 03:06
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@StanislavGrof: Np, I'm glad it could help more ppl. I'm a lil bit surprised it even works on Armv8 as Raspi 4 should be one.

@Jiaz: The kernel was compiled by user fox_exe who invested a ton of work to mod WDCloud NAS drives. (DSM on WD lol) The kernel I got from here: **External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff** and it worked flawlessly so far. For some reason self-compiled kernels aren't working and it is difficult to figure out whats the problem and for sure I bricked the drive. Without UART knowledge and equipment this board isn't recoverable for me, but the drive survived the procedure.

I got another storage and set up everything from scratch again and test it within the next days. Kernel is the same and if this problem occurs on this NAS again, I'm leaving it as it is. (got 1G instead of 512M RAM) The other custom kernels I could get got even more problems than the most up-to-date one I had and have.

P.S.: @StanislavGrof version 16.02 should also work for you btw. You just need to rename the files from xxx1602xxx to xxx1509xxx.

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Old 12.08.2019, 17:28
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@StanislavGrof: Np, I'm glad it could help more ppl. I'm a lil bit surprised it even works on Armv8 as Raspi 4 should be one.
Armv8 is Armv7 backwards compatible. (as long as same/compatiple floating unit mode)
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Old 12.08.2019, 17:36
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@Hass: Thanks for the feedback. So I was right about it being *pain* to compile kernel for this NAS and get it working properly. I just remember that it uses/used a non normal pagesize that caused normal compiled software to fail and required special/self compiled versions.
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Old 12.08.2019, 17:50
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I just uploaded first bunch of files to first post. rest will come tomorrow
Tomorrow in this year or later? (Linux/ARM6+7)
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Old 12.08.2019, 18:09
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Will do it later/by tomorrow. Also going to link those new built libs from community
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Old 13.08.2019, 07:55
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@Jiar: I decided to give up on WD Clouds and build my own one for now. That said I can't update on how to get JD running w/o problems. Just in case other users have trouble too: It is possible to flash initrd to boot from hdd (partition label must be "rootfs") and also flash a newer kernel >v5. I won't go into more detail for now, since this isn't the topic of this thread.
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Old 13.08.2019, 10:34
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@Hass: Thanks for the feedback. Build your own kernel or NAS ?
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Old 28.08.2019, 00:16
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Hi. I have the JD2 on QNAP NAS (Intel Celeron x64), I am using the MyJdownloader web interface.
Can someone help me to put the files inside the folder in the correct way? I am not totally confident on Linux commands, I just know how to login with PuTTy and that's it, but I can follow instructions. Thanks in advance.
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Old 28.08.2019, 11:45
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try with file manager MidnightCommander, qpkg you can download on qnapclub
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Old 28.08.2019, 15:08
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@enricojacko: I can offer help via Teamviewer if you want. Just contact me via support@jdownloader.org
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Old 29.08.2019, 06:29
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@enricojacko: I can offer help via Teamviewer if you want. Just contact me via support@jdownloader.org
Thanks a lot, I think I managed it to work. I copied both files inside the correct /libs folder using MidnightCommander and restarted JD2, it is extracting every archive.
Thanks again!
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Old 29.08.2019, 11:25
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Thanks for the feedback! Glad to hear that you could solve this by yourself
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Old 30.08.2019, 10:31
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Ist es geplant die Erweiterung auch für ältere Systeme mal bereitzustellen? Ist ja leider schon ein sehr altes Thema, aber Linux 32-Bit ist leider immer noch "comming soon..."
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