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    Default Jdownloader

    im new on this and i'll like to know how to installs this jdownloader.jar on my suse 11.2(1586) any help will be appreciated.

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    Default Re: Jdownloader

    You don't install jar files, you just run them from a terminal:

    Code:
    java -jar jdownloader.jar
    Samsung RV510 + openSUSE 12.1 64bit + KDE 4.7.2

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    Default Re: Jdownloader

    According to the website there is a jd.sh program you can run that will either get a more updated version or run jdownloader.jar for you. The instructions on the download page were:

    Code:
    Try out our new Install/Start-Script for Linux/Mac!
    wget must be installed on system!
    Download jd.sh
    chmod +x jd.sh
    start jd.sh
    Note: Open jd.sh to read Manual or change Settings!
    Did you not try that? Or at least look in jd.sh for the java command to start jdownloader.jar.

    PS: There are lots of native downloader applications for Linux. I find the use of a huge Java subsystem for this kind of task overkill. But I suppose if you are used to that program's interface...

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    wow, thanks for answering really fast better than paid support. the first replied did the trick thanks a lot.

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    Hey, maybe you can check this page. I found great information about jdownloader!.

    greetings!
    Carol.

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