[sword-devel] Standalone sword CD: possible?
Tue, 30 Jul 2002 10:19:29 -0700
The CD should start and run just fine. Sword does not affect the registry.
I've never done an "install". I just run the program. You do have to be in the
path where you run the program though.
Quoting "Jaime Herazo B." <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> * Leon Brooks (email@example.com) wrote:
> > On Tue, 30 Jul 2002 12:35, Jaime Herazo B. wrote:
> > > Hi. I want to make a CD-ROM with various sword programs in it (for
> > > windows and linux), and to make it standalone
> > DemoLinux is your friend.
> > http://www.demolinux.org/
> > Zero maintenance, zero configuration. Strip off the bits you don't need,
> add a
> > Bible, data files, even a Windows EXE for those who want to complicate
> > lives, then crisp away!
> > Cheers; Leon
> Gotta check that, and Knoppix too :)
> So, the linux part is covered, and in a very nice way :)
> I just downloaded the windows version, but i'd have to reboot to check
> it out. What i don't know is if it'd work to just copy the exes (and
> all the related DLLs) in a directory on the CD, so that if the person
> (or some autorun mechanism) runs it, it works. I mean, does it need to
> be installed (registry entries and other things), or could it run
> directly from the CD?
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