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Old 01.06.2021, 23:54
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Default how can I add myjdownloader credentials on a non-gui (cmd only) install

I have installed Jdownloader on a raspberry pi zero wireless, which is set up to be completely headless. However, I can't find any documentation on how to edit a file to add myJdownloader credentials so I can access the webgui.

Any information whatsoever (what .json file to edit, where I can find it, what specifically to put in it) would be helpful, since searching the forums and the wider internet doesn't come up with any hits.
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Old 02.06.2021, 10:14
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see https://support.jdownloader.org/Know...bedded-devices
in short: start JDownloader manually via java -jar JDownloader.jar -norestart and wait till JDownloader asks you for MyJDownloader logins on console

alternative use this good docker image, github.com/antlafarge/jdownloader
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Old 05.06.2021, 01:50
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I've seen that page (and tried the command multiple times), and I don't think it works. It doesn't prompt for myJownloader logins at all.

I also don't believe the docer container works on a raspberry pi zero wireless.

Can someone tell me in which files the myJdownloader credentials are stored? Maybe I can just manually edit them.
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Old 05.06.2021, 02:33
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We are not aware of any issues, if updates are taking place it can take many restarts in order to download & install & run JD to trigger the my.jd login prompt via command line.

alternatively you could copy over your Accounts file I assume its stored there.
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Old 05.06.2021, 04:57
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... in which files the myJdownloader credentials are stored?
org.jdownloader.api.myjdownloader.MyJDownloaderSettings.json in cfg folder.
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Old 05.06.2021, 08:12
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and thats where I went wrong, looked for ejs file with mjdownloader within filename.
not sure why that is in plaintext json file o_O
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Old 06.06.2021, 01:32
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Thank you! This is what I was looking for. However, this file is (predictably) blank. What is the syntax for manually adding in credentials?
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Old 06.06.2021, 06:42
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Thank you! This is what I was looking for. However, this file is (predictably) blank. What is the syntax for manually adding in credentials?
Code:
{
  "password" : "<password>",
  "email" : "<emailid>"
}
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Old 07.06.2021, 11:33
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I've seen that page (and tried the command multiple times), and I don't think it works. It doesn't prompt for myJownloader logins at all.
you have to make sure that no JDownloader process is already running and then JDownloader will ask for logins on console
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