openmediavault-jdownloader Plugin

    • OMV 1.0
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    • If you do this as described in #354, then it must work normally. But you can not perform any other operations (as in the posts above) in shell.

      If it does not work, you can use FilleZilla to copy the folder /opt/jdownloader/cfg (In order not to have to make the whole settings new).
      Then uninstall and reinstall jdownloader in the WebIf and copy the folder cfg back in /opt/jdownloader/

      I believe that is it from my side, good luck!

      Ps. I had already seen users who had tried for days and it had turned out to end, he had entered wrong password in the webif. :D
    • Hi guys,
      something happened i can't explain (jdownloader and click'n'load). :)
      A while ago there was a jdownloader start script in /etc/init.d/ where I added the following lines, so I don't have to do it manually at each reboot.

      Source Code

      1. sysctl -w net.ipv4.ip_forward=1
      2. sysctl -w net.ipv4.conf.all.route_localnet=1
      3. iptables -t nat -I PREROUTING -p tcp -d <IP NAS> --dport 9666 -j DNAT --to 127.0.0.1:9666

      Somehow this start script is gone and port forwarding and click'n'load don't work anymore. Is this a change which came with a newer version of the plugin?
      I tried to add the scrip manually to /etc/init.d/ from an old backup I found but without success. Any suggestions to bring back the click'n'load function? It still works flawlessly, if I enter the three lines over command line. But only until I reboot the system.
    • i don't really have an answer to your question, but i'd suggest to use the myJdownloader Plugin for Chrome or Firefox.
      With the Plugin you dont need any Firewall rule. CnL are automatically redirected to your jdownloader via the myJdownloader Service. Even from remote locations.
    • mcgyver83 wrote:

      What is the best way to "move" /opt/jdonwloader/logs folder to a better place? Maybe like /var/log?
      After stopping jdownloader it should work more or less like this:

      Source Code

      1. mkdir /var/log/jdownloader
      2. rsync -a /opt/jdownloader/logs/ /var/log/jdownloader/
      3. diff -r /opt/jdownloader/logs /var/log/jdownloader
      4. ln -sf /var/log/jdownloader /opt/jdownloader/logs
      Before you execute the last line compare contents of source and destination after rsync operation (the trailing slash at the source is important when calling rsync!)

      I hope you use flashmemory plugin since otherwise moving log locations around is of no use anyway :)