I think he is already using DeepLYou should probably use a translator
I doYou should probably use a translator....it will get your meaning across more clearly
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Isn't that for the Windows version??? Not Linux.Danke für deinen versuch
Thanks for your tryThis is an English-only site. Use a translator.
Ja und nein. Für mich klingt das nach Windows, aber ich kann mich irren.The folder is made free so that the JD
can access it in a Linux system
under Windows this is not necessary.
but is that the flatpak version or the repo version. There is 2 versions out there and the flatpak version is more isoleted then the repo is and you may need to use command likeIf you use the JDownloader under Linux Mint 20,3 ciamon
and it can't save the partition where your download folder is, then you have to go to the folder on the partition where you
partition where the folder is that you want to use for the downloads.in with the right button click, and in as Admin open, then on settings security and then as user register instead of the home entry, then the write and read rights set that fixed again close
and confirm the link to the download folder in JDownloder and restart in, then it should use the entered folder for the
for the download.
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flatpak override --user --filesystem=/mnt/Download org.jdownloader.JDownloader
Sudo pacman -S JDownloader