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[APKG JDownloader2] 2.0-1.3 ADM 2.x 2.0-1.4 ADM 3.x

JDownloader is a free, open-source download management tool with a huge community of developers that makes downloading as easy and fast as it should be. Users can start, stop or pause downloads, set bandwith limitations, auto-extract archives and much more. It's an easy-to-extend framework that can save hours of your valuable time every day!

Re: [APKG JDownloader2] 2.0-1.3 ADM 2.x 2.0-1.4 ADM 3.x

Postby Quadrupole » Thu Oct 25, 2018 6:11 am

Wow, it was not easy to install Jdownloader2 onto AS5110T but I got it done and I'm a total noob.

Big THANK YOU to Philippe!
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Re: [APKG JDownloader2] 2.0-1.3 ADM 2.x 2.0-1.4 ADM 3.x

Postby Quadrupole » Thu Oct 25, 2018 6:48 am

zn4jp3 wrote:Is there any newbie guide for installing this? Im totaly new into NAS and linux. I just bought a AS3202T. Running pyload at the moment but it does not work that well.

I had a really hard time doing this myself but I figured it out after a couple of hours

I take it that Philippe isn't a native English speaker, so I'll try to translate the general idea of what's going on here. For the specific commands you need to use, refer back to Philippe's first post, he does an excellent job. I also had to learn the move commands using ssh but they're fairly simple. Just google basic linux commands

Colloquial guide

Install entware-ng from the AppCentral

Install jDownloader2 from AppCentral. It should disable itself after installing which is NORMAL.

You need to first enable SSH for your NAS and then login using PuTTy ... sustor-nas

Then you need to download the latest JRE package. Philippe has a link on the first post.

Go there and download the right version for your Asustor NAS. For me, since I have the AS5110T with the J1900 CPU, I chose the Linux x64 version - Java SE Development Kit 8u191 (file name:jdk-8u191-linux-x64.tar.gz)

I downloaded this file to my PC then uploaded it to my NAS - Phillippe recommended the folder /share/public

I extracted it using the command tar xzf jdk-8u191-linux-x64.tar.gz

Then you need to use putty and ssh to move the JRE folder that was created in /share/public when you extracted the Java file (in my case labeled jdk1.8.0_191) to the folder AppCentral installed jdownloader to.

then you need to set the new jre paramaters by running

/usr/local/AppCentral/jdownloader/CONTROL/ set_java_home /usr/local/AppCentral/jdownloader/jre

Get a jdownloader account set up and ready with login info and password.

Then simply run the fle from the AppCentral Jdownloader folder and follow the instructions.

It's actually pretty simple what needs to be done, but since I'm a total noob when it comes to linux it took me a few hours to figure out the commands.

One hassle of Jdownloader is that apparently you need to login to putty every month to clean out the temporary folders jdownloader makes....

I personally think pyload downloads a lot faster (up to 15MB/s) without crashing and is a lot easier to use in ADM3. BUT jdownloader2 is much more convenient to add links into since you don't need to copy and paste links manually since the PC app can automatically get the link from a browser and you can combine all the links into a dlc. Then simply just upload the dlc to NAS and let it do its thing.

Downside is that jdownloader seems to have an issue if I download faster than 8MB/s

I use premium rapidgator, so that may cause some of the download speed issues.

I hope this helped.

Once again, thank you Phillipe!
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