Talk:JonDo Console

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JonDoConsole software collection

Thanks + Bugs

Thanks for releasing this. Problems left:

  1. There are 2 Wiki pages subjecting to the same thing
  2. It needs Java and even worse the one included with GUI JAP is not good (bizzarre exception)
  3. java.sum.com has some Java but too much - please write what Java to download or even better mirror it at your page
  4. What about compiling a native binary, or is it impossible with Java?
  5. "Balance 0 Bytes" is not updated when connected
  6. Autoswitch is ON (same fault as in the GUI)
  7. The total size of JonDoConsole.jar + Java is very big, even bigger that full JAP GUI installer, not what one would expect. Maybe some smaller Java or removing some stuff (non-English languages, maybe more) from the archive would help.
  8. It takes long time before services are found (same problem in the GUI) AnonymousTerrorist --- 2010-June-20 02:57 (UTC) ---

Short answers:

  1. You may start JonDoConsole with a cache file for infoservice data with option -s <file>. It will decrease the time before services are found and speedup first connection. For Debian packages it is the default by the command jondoconsole command.
  2. You can download a headless Java version without GUI components. OpenJDK-6 offers a package jre-headless.
  3. The JAP GUI installer downloads Java during installation, if no JRE was found.

Thanks, some more simplifications and size reductions would be nice

> 2. You can download a headless Java version without GUI components. > OpenJDK-6 offers a package jre-headless.

I'll look for it

> 3. The JAP GUI installer downloads Java during installation, if no JRE was found.

I am using this one:

http://anon.inf.tu-dresden.de/win/download_en.html

> Alternatively you can download the complete setup program (19,560,544 Bytes) > which includes Java (to be installed if needed) and can be used to install > while not connected to the internet.

AnonymousTerrorist 17:56, 28 September 2010 (UTC)

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