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Old 07-21-2011, 06:53 PM   #1
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Default JDownloader Tips & Tricks

On many pages on this fine site, you'll fine loads of links to great photosets, films, et cetera. And you want to download them all.

How to do it?

You could click each link-- that'll work, but there's a faster way.

JDownloader parses material placed on the clipboard, and adds any links that it finds to the download queue.

So just start JDownloader (and make sure the "watch clipboard for links" option is on) and select all on the page you're interested in, and Copy . .. JDownloader will sort through the mess of pasted text and parse the links.

One note: sometimes, the link may be abbreviated on the presented webpage, eg, it may be presented as:
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http://rapidshare.com/files/20420272...___YG__leo.rar
when the actual link is
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http://rapidshare.com/files/204202722/SomethingSomethingt__FG___YG__leo.rar
So how do you copy the actual links, not the abbreviations that appear on the webpage?

Easy trick: use "view page source" (Option-U in Firefox). This gives you a webpage with all the source for the page, including the links, which are suppressed in the "normal" view". Just select all in the "source" view, and copy, and all links on the page will end up in your Jdownloader queue, even those abbreviated/truncated on the page.
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Old 07-21-2011, 06:59 PM   #2
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An addendum to the below

Be sure to copy any passwords on the page.
Its a real bugger trying to find them later.
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Old 07-21-2011, 07:06 PM   #3
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An addendum to the above.

Be sure to copy any passwords on the page.
Its a real bugger trying to find them later.
Good point -- and Jdownloader is your friend here too, as it maintains a list of passwords, and will automatically decrypt Rars trying all the passwords on the list. So if you see a page with a bunch of passwords, just copy them all and paste them into your password list.

Trick for finding a password to a Rar'd file that turns out to be encrypted: do a Google search on the filename & "pass" eg enter "LuciousBouncingBosoms.rar" pass ("pass" isn't usually necessary, but it can help). This will usually find you a source for the file (most sites are searchable by Google). Every so often, folks "code" their links, or embed them in those miserable encrypted download "containers" -- this method won't help with those, but they're pretty uncommon.

I'd be happy to share my un-rar password list, which has all the Un-rar passwords I've encountered on this site (and a few others). Doesn't seem like that would be a breach of anyone's confidence, but maybe a Mod could weigh in on whether or not that's OK.


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Old 07-21-2011, 09:49 PM   #4
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One note: sometimes, the link may be abbreviated on the presented webpage, eg, it may be presented as:
Code:
http://rapidshare.com/files/20420272...___YG__leo.rar
when the actual link is
Code:
http://rapidshare.com/files/204202722/SomethingSomethingt__FG___YG__leo.rar
So how do you copy the actual links, not the abbreviations that appear on the webpage?

Easy trick: use "view page source" (Option-U in Firefox). This gives you a webpage with all the source for the page, including the links, which are suppressed in the "normal" view". Just select all in the "source" view, and copy, and all links on the page will end up in your Jdownloader queue, even those abbreviated/truncated on the page.
not necessary, context menu of most browsers offer "copy target url". just right click the shortcutted link and chose this option. then activate jdownloader window and it's in. if you don't have this option, simply quote the post which contains such a link (just clicking quote doesn't add a new post) and select the complete link from the quote. view source works too, sure, but it's much harder to find the exact link between all the html if you have no knowledge about it.

or - if you have firefox, install flashgot, connect this plugin with jdownloader and you can directly chose a single link or even a selection of multiple links to transport them into the linkgrabber section of jdownloader.

@deepsepia:

i hope you want to post some more here - actually your thread isn't a guide or a tutorial to a software. if you want to offer single hints, you can do this in "Useful Software Discussion" thread, or - if you just want to recommend a tool, please use "Useful Software" thread next time (jdownloader was already recommended multiple times)
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not necessary, context menu of most browsers offer "copy target url". just right click the shortcutted link and chose this option. then activate jdownloader window and it's in.

or - if you have firefox, install flashgot and you can directly chose a single link or even a selection of multiple links to transport them into the linkgrabber section of jdownloader.
The nice thing about the "source/copy" trick is that it grabs it all. Flashgot does work too, but the Flashgot integration with JDownloader has seemed to be a "works sometime" feature.


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@deepsepia:

i hope you want to post some more here - actually your thread isn't a guide or a tutorial to a software. if you just want to recommend a tool, please use "Useful Software" thread next time (jdownloader was already recommended multiple times)
My bad. Move this into that thread, if you think its better there.

Also: is it permissable to share un-Rar password lists?
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The nice thing about the "source/copy" trick is that it grabs it all
which has its downside cause it takes a while until all links are grabbed and finally you have to consider which of these files you really want to load cause you queue a lot of bs with this action, too . at least linkgrabber is able to group the files by host/type so this work is managable.

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but the Flashgot integration with JDownloader has seemed to be a "works sometime" feature.
flashgot itself works properly, it's the linkgrabber that seems to avoid its work at times. That happens if one file (or host) is down and you are still queuing more files with flashgot without recognzing that linkgrabber is "on hold".

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My bad. Move this into that thread, if you think its better there.
no prob, deepsepia. imho it's not that bad to have at least a start for a guide to jdownloader. but some more tipps should be added here frequently. if this won't happen, i'll move it some day. I've modified the thread title to widen the topic for more issues (than just multiple file download) related to jdownloader.

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Also: is it permissable to share un-Rar password lists?
don't see anything wrong with that. check main help forum, we have a thread for lost passwords. you can post your list there, if you like.
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Default No permission to write to hard disk - error message

I will add some more tips when I have time, but one that I just learned yesterday that I'd like to share:

With certain file hosts (oron, for example) I would get a file partially downloaded, then it would stop permanently with an error message: "No permission to write to hard disk".

If I "reset" the file (right click and choose "reset", which deletes the partial file and starts over from beginning) it would often have the same result: partial download and same error message, plus there was a long wait time between downloads.

BTW, if you have a dynamic IP, you can avoid the wait time between downloads by setting "reconnect" properly. I have a static IP, so I don't have that option.

I found the fix at the jdownloader.org forum (there are other fixes listed, but the first one on the list worked for me):

Change "Max. Con." (max connections) at lower right to 1.

You can still download more than one file at a time, but the max connections per file is set to 1. Apparently this made the difference, because I no longer have a problem with files not completing and I don't get the "No permissions to write to hard disk" error any more.

If you have other questions/issues with JD, I highly recommend the forum:

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http://board.jdownloader.org/
Here is the post where I found that solution, with additional things to try:

http://anonym.to/http://board.jdownl...6&postcount=38
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With certain file hosts (oron, for example) I would get a file partially downloaded, then it would stop permanently with an error message: "No permission to write to hard disk".

If I "reset" the file (right click and choose "reset", which deletes the partial file and starts over from beginning) it would often have the same result: partial download and same error message, plus there was a long wait time between downloads.
Thanks, I've been going nuts over this.

One thing I've noticed is that if you've got a Mac, and you're using an external drive, JDownloader is very prone to this error. My theory is that external drives go into sleep mode, and JDownloader doesn't know what to do with it and just times out trying to write-- but I've been told that that's wrong.

So I dunno.

The problem happens less on the PC than on the Mac, and less often with internal drives than external, that's all I've been able to figure out.
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Be sure to update your Jdownloader as rapidshare links are downloading at full speed when the update is in place.
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Be sure to update your Jdownloader as rapidshare links are downloading at full speed when the update is in place.
Is good advice generally . . . many of the hosts make changes which "break" JDownloader -- and then the JDownloader team delivers a fix, keeping up to date is important.

Another bit of advice/tip: you can pipe links from a page to Jdownloader from a number of Firefox plugs. For example, Flashgot lets you use Jdownloader to run your downloads-- there are a bunch of reasons you might want to do this-- Flashgot will let you specify what you want from a page with great precision, but will attempt to download them all simultaneously-- JDownloader lets you stick them all in a container, automatically unRar using a password, and so on.

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