JLanguageLearn 1.3.0 is out. This version finally contains the functionality to configure FTP servers.

To configure your FTP servers you first have to create some lessons with the JLLEditor. After that, choose the menu item “Configure FTP servers…” from the menu and you should see something like this

On the first picture you see all the configured servers. If there is none you need to create FTP servers in order to upload your lessons. Just click add and you’ll see something like in the second picture. Here you have to enter the

  • name (the name displayed for your FTP server)
  • directory (the directory to which the files will be uploaded)
  • server (the servers ip address)
  • user (the user with wich establish the ftp connection)
  • password (the password needed to upload to the server)

The list with the checkboxes displays all languages you created lessons for. If you didn’t create lessons beforehand, there are no choices available and nothing can be uploaded. So be sure to create your lessons first. If you already created lessons, be sure to click on the languages you would like to upload to the server defined above. In the case you don’t check any language, JLLEditor won’t upload anything.

If you have problems with the configuration, don’t hesitate to contact me.

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5 Responses to “JLanguageLearn 1.3.0”

  1. cen on October 13th, 2008 04:53

    I just found this info. I tried it.

  2. admin on October 16th, 2008 16:21

    I hope you like it?!

  3. Ban Thanh Nguyen on October 22nd, 2008 08:48


  4. Anatoliy on October 22nd, 2008 13:35

    Dear admin.

    I’ve install JLanguageLearn. Can you answer some question, please:
    1) can I learn English using JLanguageLearn? I’m ukrainian and my native language is russian.
    2) is it possible add my own server to learn preferred language.

    Thank in advice.

  5. admin on October 27th, 2008 12:05

    Hi Anatoliy,

    of course you can learn English with JLanguageLearn. The courses currently provided are courses made by me. As I’m german I provide a Spanish course for germans and I’m working on a German course for Anglophones. As far as I know, there is no course made by other people yet. That means that either you have to wait till somebody speaking russian is willing to create an English course or (even better) you learn English and share your progress with courses for JLanguageLearn.

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