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Title: JD don't work {SOLVED]
Post by: larry007 on 03.10.2021 13:30:24
Hello


I have a clean current Joomla 3.10.2 installed.
I currently have JD 3.9.8.1 installed.

the download does not work.

Installation information, see pictures

Does anyone have a tip why this is not possible?

thanks
www.freyburger.de (http://www.freyburger.de)
Problem was due to hosting service
Title: Re: JD don't work
Post by: ColinM on 03.10.2021 15:55:58
Hi,
I did some tests on various browsers with http://www.freyburger.de/ (http://www.freyburger.de/)
Google Crome, AVG Secure, Microsoft Edge, Opera and Firefox

The most useful one was fireFox -see pics below All the others gave ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE
Colin

PS There is a lot of documentation at https://www.jdownloads.net/documentation-for-v3-9 (https://www.jdownloads.net/documentation-for-v3-9At)
At the top right of the page is a Select Language which will tanslate automaticaly- you need to reselect when you open an article
https://www.jdownloads.net/documentation-for-v3-9/options-configuration-v3-9/a-tutorial-on-the-frontend-options
might prove useful
Title: Re: JD don't work
Post by: larry007 on 03.10.2021 18:56:57
I found a solution.
A proxy is connected upstream in my new provider hosting package (64Bit Hosting Domainfactory). But I only found out after searching.
That was the problem that files couldn't be downloaded.

In the solution it was written that you should put an entry at the beginning of the .htaccess file.

Code is:
Code: [Select]
Header set Accept-Ranges none
RequestHeader unset Range

@Armin
is it possible that the new version of JD also works without the entry in the .htaccess file?

I don't have that much idea what the entry does, but it works.
Title: Re: JD don't work [solved}
Post by: ColinM on 07.10.2021 19:37:22
Hi
As indicated in my earlier post this is a site specific item due to the hosting service you have used.  Such hosting 'challenges' are not uncommon!!


It is not possible for jD or any other application to get around this  - having the correct item in your .htaccess file is the only viable solution  -- it governs how applications communicate with your hosting site  - and if it is any consolation I aso find htaccess items 'Challenging' :(
Best wishes
Colin