Known Issues

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There may be some common issues which you might want to know.


These are some common issues you might want to consider.


1. JIP will not run ?

See issue 2. Reinstall java runtime. If possible reinstall JIP


2. I run JIP always but has refused to run suddenly?

There may be several issues. This is common in MS  windows.

This normally happens when you install zip programs . Some programs often associate itself with all *.jar files and then refusing the Java virtual machine to take control. Just reinstall the jre and you are done. The simplest way is also to use a small utility "Jarfix


3.Can JIP refuse to update ?

JIP Xt could refuse to update; if your IP  has not changed and you still  forcing update. (It will warn you before granting you access due to abuse restrictions) JIPXt has a sort of blocking an abuse


4. Is there a command line (Cron) version ?

  You are not the first person to wonder of this. JIP (version 1.x) does not have command line version . JIPXt on the other hand has a command line version ( cron version) and is capable of running as a service in window. You can also use the JIPXt_task version.


5. I run dual OS Should I install JIP in each OS ?

   No. You don't need to. Just install “JIP for all OS”  and it will function in either OS you are working in.


6. Why should I donate ?

  show some appreciation. we have used a lot of resources and we only demand a little help to keep the group together. This will in turn not only yield a good JIP but, also a better JIP.


7. Will JIP remain Free ?

    Yes. But if you find it useful please donate


8. Why is there no MX etc  configuration ?

   This has been considered as an emergency update. So we assume all  these could be done by logging into the DNS service providers page and do it manually.


9. Do you have plans to include more DNS Services ?

    Yes, as time permits. If you have  special DNS Service in mind, just drop inn an e-mail. All depends on the DNS Service Provider. Some DNS service providers are not interested in 3rd party software. So please check    with the DNS Service Provider before contacting us.