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    Installing JDownloader through script

    1.
    wget must be installed on system!
    2.
    Download jd.sh
    3.
    chmod +x jd.sh
    4.
    start jd.sh

    I'm trying to install JDownloader and I have to follow the above instructions. I get away with downloading the script on my desktop, but when I open terminale and do:
    Code:
    chmod +x jd.sh
    I get: no such file or directory.

    What am I doing wrong?

    thx in adv!

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    Re: Installing JDownloader through script

    Are you in the right Directory? GNU/Linux is case-sensitive, are you sure the program is jd.sh not Jd.sh or JD.sh?

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    Re: Installing JDownloader through script

    This is the guide I used. I forget who wrote it so credit goes to them.

    What your trying to do is make the jd.sh and executable file. U need to make sure jd.sh is in your Home folder. Then cd to that folder in your terminal and execute the command. Or browse there in the file manager and right click properties of jd.sh and check the box to make it executable.
    For those who still bump their head in JD in Ubuntu do this


    sudo apt-get install sun-java6-bin sun-java6-jre sun-java6-jdk sun-java6-plugin
    (TAB button to be able to click OK)
    sudo update-java-alternatives -s java-6-sun


    wget -c http://212.117.163.148/jd.sh
    chmod +x jd.sh
    ./jd.sh


    after install
    make a short cut in your panel rightclick -> add to panel-> make a shortcut->add-> Type: Program in Termilnal Name: "JD", CMD: "sudo ./jd.sh" , Coments:what ever u like. -> and OK

    next time hit this shortcut and enter your root pass
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    Re: Installing JDownloader through script

    You can install Jdownloader through synaptic. There's a PPA on Launchpad.
    Code:
    sudo apt-add-repository ppa:jd-team/jdownloader
    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get install jdownloader

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    Re: Installing JDownloader through script

    its the best method as far as online installation is concerned ....what if someone has to install jdownloader in an offline method .....i guess whatever installations instructions offered in any threads for installation of any application should be discussed in online and offline manner both if possible....and if its either too difficult or not possible to install in offline way then the reason should be told. i dont kno whether jdownloader can be installed in offline way so tell me plz.

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    Re: Installing JDownloader through script

    SurajSingh, you can install jdownloader offline using Keryx. Simply create your project and add this line to the sources list: deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/jd-team/jdownloader/ubuntu karmic main
    Myth: Linux is only usable with a persistent Internet connection. WRONG!
    You can use Keryx to download your .debs with dependencies from any OS!

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    Re: Installing JDownloader through script

    thanks hurrraay

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    Re: Installing JDownloader through script

    Thanks Troublegum.

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    Re: Installing JDownloader through script

    Quote Originally Posted by Troublegum View Post
    You can install Jdownloader through synaptic. There's a PPA on Launchpad.
    Code:
    sudo apt-add-repository ppa:jd-team/jdownloader
    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get install jdownloader

    new to ubuntu. how can i install jdownloader using this method?

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    Re: Installing JDownloader through script

    Hi, TimEnid,

    That method should work for you. All you have to do is open a terminal (Applications > Accessories > Terminal), and then copy those commands into it. When you enter the first command and hit <enter>, you'll be asked for your password. As you enter the password, you won't see it being entered, but it is. After the third command, JDownloader will be installed.
    Myth: Linux is only usable with a persistent Internet connection. WRONG!
    You can use Keryx to download your .debs with dependencies from any OS!

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