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    Originally posted by luckyacount View Post



    for me login is not working
    same here, CentOS 7

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    Originally posted by thebarz View Post
    I can't login with my Account. I wonder if I can redirect manually my credentials. I am using Centos 7 haha

    for me login is not working

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    Hi! Just installed v1.3.0. but can'l login with message: "Failed to log in." Any clue?

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  • replied
    Maybe try: https://github.com/Erlandys/UE4LinuxLauncher

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  • replied
    I can't login with my Account. I wonder if I can redirect manually my credentials. I am using Centos 7 haha

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    Originally posted by Salamanderrake View Post
    Is there anyway after new years could you fix your downloader?
    SleepProgger fixed it in the fix_download branch (https://github.com/SleepProgger/ue4-...e/fix_download), I'm using it right now.
    Install:
    Code:
    npm install -g https://github.com/SleepProgger/ue4-mp-downloader.git#fix_download
    use like Allar version.
    Attached Files

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    Seems like something changed again. I can log in, and browse my items, but trying to download gives me an error:
    Code:
    Getting item manifest.
    Error getting item manifest. Error code: 403
    Failed to get item manifest. <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><Error><Code>MissingKey</Code><Message>Missing Key-Pair-Id query parameter or cookie value</Message></Error>

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  • replied
    Is there anyway after new years could you fix your downloader?

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  • replied
    Originally posted by Adnoh View Post
    Awesome Allar! Stuff....
    Aye, looks like Epic's auth process changed ever so slightly. Problem with writing unofficial third party code, heh.

    I've updated the repo and instructions in the first post, you should be able to re-install via npm to get the latest version and it /should/ work.

    As for Learn assets and other things, I believe the issue is that the manifest files for these work slightly differently and I haven't had time to isolate and correct for these differences. Maybe some day.

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  • replied
    Awesome Allar! But it doesn't work for me on ubuntu - after login I only get the source response written to console with "web auth failed" (Yes Credentials are correct). Analyzing the response it doesn't seem to send the required header
    Code:
    ['access-control-expose-headers'] == 'X-EPIC-LOGIN-COMPLETE-REDIRECT'
    And it would be great to implement the epic provided asses from learning tab.
    I don't get it why epic still doesn't support the linux devs with the launcher

    And the Repo has been renamed:
    Originally posted by Allar View Post

    If you have nodejs installed, getting it is as simple as
    Code:
    npm install -g Allar/ue4-marketplace-downloader
    .
    becomes

    Code:
    npm install -g Allar/ue4-mp-downloader
    Last edited by BlueMind Studio; 10-02-2017, 05:50 AM.

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    Seriously. You are really the hero. Excellent work.

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  • started a topic [RELEASED] Downloading Marketplace Assets on Linux

    Downloading Marketplace Assets on Linux

    My day work put me in a situation where I needed to download marketplace assets on a Linux machine. Given the fact that Linux does not support the Epic Launcher and that the Epic Launcher is the only way to download assets, this presented a problem.

    I came up with a solution for me, maybe others would like it too.



    I made a node.js app that runs in your shell/command prompt/powershell that gives you access to downloading marketplace assets you own. You need to have NodeJS installed, and to log in using the app, for it to work. It will download assets to your current working directory in a subfolder called 'download'. It doesn't have any advanced features like download resuming, caching, etc. like Epic's launcher, but if you're in a pinch, it works. At least it works on Windows / Ubuntu (thats all I've tested).

    If you have nodejs installed, getting it is as simple as
    Code:
    npm install -g Allar/ue4-mp-downloader
    .

    Theres bound to be bugs. For example, currently Code Plugins result in a 403 (Forbidden) error, and it takes up a little bit more memory than it should. Looking for help with either.

    Github for the app: https://github.com/Allar/ue4-mp-downloader
    Last edited by Allar; 10-02-2017, 04:56 PM.
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