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Old 06.12.2016, 11:47
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I've put the JARs anyway in my NAS JD installation and everything seems running fine like before.

However I can't see anywhere mentioning about RAR5 (i.e in the Settings) so how can I find out if it's now actually included or not?
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Old 06.12.2016, 19:35
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@Cr4z33: Extraction will only work in case your NAS got a X86 cpu. ARM is not yet supported. Easiest way would be to test a RAR5 archive
I will ask Marco to include the version info in webinterface as well
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Old 06.12.2016, 19:46
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Oh OK thanks.
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Old 07.12.2016, 15:00
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You can also check the logs folder yourself and it will show the support or not. (after next core update)
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Old 12.12.2016, 09:56
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So after skipping a couple of Synology DSM Updates I decided to update it (had DSM 6 previously).
As usual jDownloader breaks. So Installing it through the package manager results in a "stopped" jD.
Installing it via the terminal (someone posted the instruction on the last page) results in:

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Restart Required
| JDownloader Updated and restarted itself.
| The process restarted itself and runs now in the background: 9631@localhost
| If you do not want JD to restart itself, use the -norestart switch
So it seems to be running - but there is no jDownloader in the package list. What to do?
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Old 12.12.2016, 12:57
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Login via ssh/putty. go to your JDownloader folder
cat JDownloader.pid
kill the process with given pid
then start it manually and you will see more output. I guess it is asking for logins on console or something else.
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Old 13.12.2016, 09:22
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Had to run the jDownloader.jar once more.
Now it is running. Thanks!
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Old 13.12.2016, 11:07
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@biochem: Thanks for the feedback!
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Old 20.12.2016, 00:18
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My JDownloader download speeds with Premiumize are very low. Always 70kb/s. If I use the premiumize webloader interface I can download in fullspeed. Any idea? My Java is up2date.
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Old 20.12.2016, 12:03
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Please make sure NOT to use ZeroVM Java version. Synology installs those by default and they are 80-100 times slower! Please use install oracle/openjdk/azul jvm.
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Old 20.12.2016, 14:30
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Ok I red that in other forums. It would be great if that helpful hint will be posted in the first Post.

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Is this version the right one?
**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**
Java SE Embedded package for Synology NAS
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Old 20.12.2016, 14:36
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Can't tell. Never did it myself (don't own such a device).But simply try it. You can check java version in Settings section in Webinterface of MyJDownloader. In case it tells ZeroVM then its still slow version.
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Old 20.12.2016, 14:59
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Jepp, the Java version from the original Synology package is:

Operating System Linux (LINUX 32Bit) (arm 32Bit)
Java 1.8.0_101-b13 (32Bit) (headless)
Oracle Corporation OpenJDK Zero VM
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Old 20.12.2016, 15:05
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You can also try to install JDownloader manually (without using 3rd party package), see https://support.jdownloader.org/Know...bedded-devices
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Old 20.12.2016, 16:44
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I upgrade my Synology Java Installation. Just click on the Java application on your DSM and follow the instructions. After JDownloader restart I have:

1.8.0_111-b14 (32Bit) (headless)
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Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM



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Ahhh now everything works! Fast download and even faster responding.

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Old 20.12.2016, 17:03
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Thanks for the feedback. Glad you could solve it by yourself
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Old 27.12.2016, 14:11
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Salü zusammen!

Ich hab den JDownloader bei meiner Synology DS216+ II installiert, wie auch JAVA. Es scheint alles soweit zu funktionieren und ich habe auch Zugriff über MyJDownloader. Jedoch wenn ich ein File im Linksammler habe und den download starten möchte passiert nichts. Woran kann das liegen?
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Hallo zusammen,

ich habe unter folgender URL eine Beschreibung gefunden, wie man bei einem Headless-Jdownloader den UPNP-Reconnect konfigurieren kann:

**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**

Die darin genannten Konfigurationsparameter mit den Präfix UPUPReconnectSettings finde ich allerdings bei meinem Headless-JDownloader auf einem Synology-NAS (ARM) nicht, im Gegensatz zu meinem JDownloader auf OS X.

Liegt das daran, dass UPNP-Reconnect auf Synology (ARM) generell nicht unterstützt wird, oder liegt der Fehler bei mir?

Vielen Dank und viele Grüße

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Old 02.01.2017, 13:33
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guys, can anyone advise how to proceed with Java? I managed to add the link mentioned in first post to the packages, I even managed to install Java SE Embeded 8 but if I want to run it, it always stops automatically.

I have DS215j with DSM 6.0.2-8451 Update 7.
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Old 04.01.2017, 18:37
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@exeswiss: Den Download zuvor noch vom Linksammler in die DownloadListe übernehmen. In der Desktop Variante geht das automatisch. Im Webinterface wird das noch nachgeholt.
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