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Old 01.07.2015, 15:07
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@Chryses: the howto is outdated. JDownloader also supports extraction on arm devices/qnap systems. It depends on the qnap/linux version. Also the PID finding is wrong. The script should read JDownloader.pid file in JD folder. Maybe you can inform author of it to update it
I'm the autor

I updated the script, so now the pid is extracted from the JDownloader.pid I also added the variables for utf-8, so no problem for foreign char set.

For the extraction, I think you know better the situation, correct me if I wrong, JD use **External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff** right?

So for x86 and x64, no problem, but for arm there's some problems, many armvX, do you know if there is any table or others that indicate me if works or not?

Maybe you know a "bertter" solution to extract an archive, a way to call unrar, maybe with the "new" function to call java scripts?

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Old 01.07.2015, 15:30
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JDownloader already has 3 different arm versions bundled
Arm5 and up should work fine(RaspberryPi1/2, Odroid, Cubox,BananaPi, Qnap,Synology,Zyxel) Only issue is with old Linux version (too old C++ ABI version).
It heavily depends on the used linux version!
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Thanks for updating! Didn't know that you are the author
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Old 01.07.2015, 21:51
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:thumbup:

If you want I can make an english version, for the jd2 qpkg, istruction for the installation too! Is only for Qnap users but, it a way to start!

So, if I grab the necessary stat and info about the system where the jd2 extraction don't works, do you think that is possible to find a way to make the extraction works! I don't know, maybe a "simple" function that check if the lib works, either use the unrar from the system, with some configuration fields, like the ffmpeg functionality, that is very good, I pointed it to my ffmpeg that can transcode h265 and works like a charm!

Let me know what do you think about!
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Old 02.07.2015, 10:31
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For non working extraction I need the following information
1.) cat /proc/cpuinfo
2.) uname -a
3.) from logfolder, ExtractionExtension.log.0 file (shows why extraction failed to load native library)

Maybe we can setup/create a qpkg that installs/setups java and JDownloader and also provides simple interface in Webinterface of Qnap to setup the MyJDownloader Account?
Do you know where I can find a good tutorial about qpkg?

And english versions are never waste of time -> you can reach many more ppl with it

Thanks for the help!
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Old 02.07.2015, 14:32
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More people you reach -> more problems that you catch!:P:P:P

Ok, I'll prepare a kind of list with that info.

I only know this:
**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**

A simply interface is necessary to connect jd2 to myjd web service! This is the reason why "my approach" is based on 2 steps, the 1st one over ssh, the 2nd is only for the qpkg!

I think that is possible, because the values (username and password" was stored in a simply file, not encrypted right? But with this idea, if anyone make mistake on credentials, can't see jd on myjd webinterface, so it will need to reinstall it again from 0!

The problem is that I can't do that, I really don't know any kind of language

But if someone would help me to make this, I can participate with it to make an awesome qpkg!!!

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Old 02.07.2015, 21:05
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in respects to configs, it depends on the file and|or the file extension

json = unencrypted json
ejs = encrypted json
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Old 05.07.2015, 11:55
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Default QNAP ARMv5 lib7-Zip-JBinding.so

@JiaZ:
Da ich letztendlich kein JDK für Armv5 finden konnte (gibts scheinbar nur für Armv6/7), habe ich mich doch mal am cross-compiling versucht.
War nicht so schwer wie ich gedacht hatte. Unter **External links are only visible to Support Staff**... gibts ne QNAP cross-compiler toolchain (Compiler + Umgebung) und dem cmake kann man ein simples toolchain file unterschieben, in dem man darauf verweist. Ich hatte befürchtet, dass ich die cmake Dateien des sevenzip-jbinding Projektes anfassen müsste, war aber gar nicht nötig.

Jedenfalls habe ich jetzt eine funktionierende lib7-Zip-JBinding.so für mein QNAP TS-219P II. Diese wird wahrscheinlich auch bei anderen Armv5 QNAP Modellen funktionieren. Vielleicht könnt Ihr die ja noch in das jar file aufnehmen.
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File Type: zip lib7-Zip-JBinding.zip (804.5 KB, 45 views)

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Old 07.07.2015, 15:27
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Cool Danke!
Könntest du mir evtl StepByStep beschreiben wie du das gebaut hast? Am besten per EMail an Support@jdownloader.org
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Old 07.07.2015, 21:30
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Hi Jiaz, I've ultimated my script to install jdownloader2 on qnap. This also install a qpkg to activate and deactivate JD2, this version also support an Auto-Update function, so if I made some modify to the start-stop script, the qpkg update itself.
It's possible to post that guide on the forum?

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Old 07.07.2015, 21:36
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@Chryses
that would be permissible.
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Old 07.07.2015, 22:38
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@JiaZ
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Old 08.07.2015, 10:32
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@Chryses: perfekt I also have an updated extraction library for older qnap arm models in pipeline Only thing that is missing is to enter MyJDownloader logins in Qnap Settings?
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Old 08.07.2015, 12:25
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Ok, I'll make a new post or I reply to this?
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Old 08.07.2015, 12:33
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new post please
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Old 09.07.2015, 19:50
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Posted!
If you know anyone to make a little interface in java and this works on qnap during the installation or right before to inject che credentials for the web service, I think that would be awesome!
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Old 10.07.2015, 10:06
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We will add a simple method to set logins. Simple HTML page will be enough to setup logins then.
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Old 10.07.2015, 15:01
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Yep, tell me when you've the html or cgi files ready to implement it on qpkg. If you need some path or other, just ask! :D
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Old 16.07.2015, 22:43
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Hello
I've found a solution to extract with JDownloader on my NAS D-link.
DNS-320.
I see here a lot of people with the same trouble. so I post here my solution.

First stop JDownloader
Take the JDownloader jar file and put it in a folder.
then just type java -jar JDownloader.jar
wait for JDownloader install all there files (folder is about 65.4 MO when all is done)
when all is done type killall java to close JDownloader
copy and overwrite your current JDownloader cfg folder into the new JDownloader folder.
Delte all the older JDownloader folder content and replace it by the new one.

Run JDownloader as usual.
You now have a file sevenzipjbindingLinuxArmVersion.jar in your libs folder. and extract is now running fine.:thumbup:

I hope it can help.;)

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Old 16.07.2015, 23:36
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Much easier -> Remove Core.jar Then JD will download/fix itself
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