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  1. #1
    Juri NNTP User

    Default Jdownloader

    Hello,
    my jdownloader dosnt start after update. I use openSUSE 11.4
    Have yesterday chat with jdownloader support. Cant find the config file.
    I have to rename the config file in config.old ???
    Any one here and help me?
    Bye

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    Default Re: Jdownloader

    Why not ask on the chat channel where the config file is? I have not the slightest idea (apart from the fact that any global configuration file should be in /etc according to the file standard). jdownloader seems a bit strange. In the knowledge database they state:

    JD has a lot of configuration options and we do not want the user to mess around in configuration files etc so an entire terminal configuration interface will be implemented. This interface can be started with the command JDownloader -config. All non-gui related options of JD will be available through this interface so the user can easily edit the values of it.
    Technology is 'stuff that doesn't work yet.' -- Bran Ferren

  3. #3
    Juri NNTP User

    Default Re: Jdownloader

    Am 27.07.2011 12:36, schrieb vodoo:
    >
    > Why not ask on the chat channel where the config file is? I have not the
    > slightest idea (apart from the fact that any global configuration file
    > should be in /etc according to the file standard). jdownloader seems a
    > bit strange. In the knowledge database they state:
    >
    >> JD has a lot of configuration options and we do not want the user to
    >> mess around in configuration files etc so an entire terminal
    >> configuration interface will be implemented. This interface can be
    >> started with the command JDownloader -config. All non-gui related
    >> options of JD will be available through this interface so the user can
    >> easily edit the values of it.

    >
    >
    >
    >

    Okay I try it


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