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Offline napsix65Topic starter

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JDownloader
« on: 19. August 2013, 19:04:48 »
How to install JDownloader 2 Manjaro?   :(

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Re: JDownloader
« Reply #1 on: 19. August 2013, 19:11:02 »
Install it with yaourt from AUR.

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yaourt -S jdownloader
or

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yaourt -S jdownloader2
Don't know which version you want.

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Re: JDownloader
« Reply #2 on: 19. August 2013, 19:29:44 »
Thanks, I'll try  ;)

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Re: JDownloader
« Reply #3 on: 19. August 2013, 20:27:20 »
i use jdownloader for a couple of months now without any problem.

imho, it is the best download manager!
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Re: JDownloader
« Reply #4 on: 19. August 2013, 20:29:54 »
this works with lots of stuff.....installing other programs, themes, etc. ....type yaourt numix for example and you'll be offered some choices. you can then choose what you want by tyoing just the number of the package you want. it will ask a few questions though. mostly if it asks whether you wanna change something hit n for NO and Y for yes if it asks to continue installing the package.....i just tried it the first time when being more of a noob :D yaourt is pretty easy to use ;)

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Re: JDownloader
« Reply #5 on: 19. August 2013, 21:07:49 »
no, it's a disaster to use since it's written in java. And you should always, if not human lifes depend on it, have it uninstalled.

Ever seen an archwiki this short?
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/JDownloader

Use wget for files with a clear link 

youtube-dl for youtube videos in m4p

Youtube-dl have an audio extraction option that uses ffmpeg to extract audio from youtube files, a bit hard on the cpu but done right, command here:     youtube-dl --extract-audio --audio-format=mp3 -t  YOUTUBE-URL

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Re: JDownloader
« Reply #6 on: 11. July 2014, 13:17:13 »
Hello,
After the last update the JDownloader show as the attached picture.
I have unistall and reinstall it, but nothing.
Any Help??

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Re: JDownloader
« Reply #7 on: 11. July 2014, 13:24:02 »
In your home-folder there should be a folder named .jdownloader (or similar). Try to rename it and restart JDownloader. Or you locate the JDownloader-jar file (jdownloader.jar ?) und start it in a terminal:
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java -jar jdownloader.jar
Perhaps it will give you some error message, which you can post here.

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Re: JDownloader
« Reply #8 on: 11. July 2014, 13:40:20 »
I have install the software from AUR. Where is the location of programm? How i can find it?

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Re: JDownloader
« Reply #9 on: 11. July 2014, 13:59:16 »
I don't know but you can search for it:
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find / -name jdownloader*.jar
This will search the whole system for any files with jdownloader*.jar

I used the * because I dont know, if the right name is jdownloader or jdowloader2.

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Re: JDownloader
« Reply #10 on: 11. July 2014, 14:01:58 »
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yaourt -S jdownloader
i have installed it a month ago. it worked without any problems.

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yaourt -S jdownloader2
does not work anymore. i do not know exactly why, but it seems the PKGBUILD is totally broken.


in order to install jdownloader2, i did this:
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yaourt -S jdownloader2-beta
this will not install successfully. do not mind.

2. go here: http://jdownloader.org/download/offline and download the right linux installer (.sh file or shell file) for your system. copy the shell file into your ~/.jdownloader2/ directory and execute it.
in kde you can double click it. in other DEs you might execute it in your terminal. maybe, you need to make it executable before you can execute it. if you have questions regarding this, please ask specific questions and give us the terminal output/error message.
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Re: JDownloader
« Reply #11 on: 11. July 2014, 14:04:58 »
The issue of missing fonts stems from java, not from jdownloader.
Here is the solution:
http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/137896/java-doesnt-show-menu-text
the second answer there, see also the link to the Arch wiki:
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/java#Tips_and_tricks
I had the same issue and it is working now with openJDK.
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Re: JDownloader
« Reply #12 on: 11. July 2014, 14:09:59 »
I remember. In the german forum there was somebody with a similar problem with IntelliJ. The solution was to uninstall the openJDK and install Oracle Java JDK
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yaourt -S jdk

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Re: JDownloader
« Reply #13 on: 11. July 2014, 14:29:04 »
jdk is NOT needed for jdownloader proper working.
napsix65
For FIX fonts issue in Java apps look here: https://forum.manjaro.org/index.php?topic=14370.msg130371#msg130371
Jdownloader2 is available for Linux in sh installer for local setup:
x86_64:
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wget http://installer.jdownloader.org/JD2SilentSetup_x64.sh && bash JD2SilentSetup_x64.shor
i686:
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wget http://installer.jdownloader.org/JD2SilentSetup_x86.sh && bash JD2SilentSetup_x86.sh

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Re: JDownloader
« Reply #14 on: 11. July 2014, 14:36:20 »
« Last Edit: 11. July 2014, 14:39:06 by lefterpitsi »