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TOPIC: Guide: Install Proview on an Windows XP machine

Puhhh, thats all...for now. 11 years 6 months ago #426

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If everything worked out in the steps above you should now have a working Proview installation easily accessible from your Windows XP machine.

Enjoy Proview and feel free to comment this guide.

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Re:Puhhh, thats all...for now. 11 years 6 months ago #427

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Impressive !

Thanks a lot Ohl ! Maybe we should make a pdf-file out of this?

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Re:Puhhh, thats all...for now. 11 years 6 months ago #429

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Thank you.

I was thinking about making a pdf at first but thouhgt that the guide would be easier to find and access if published on the forum.
Anyway, it's not to much work to create a pdf so I'll fix that soon and put it in the guide.

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Re:Puhhh, thats all...for now. 11 years 5 months ago #441

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The guide is now available as a pdf on the Documentation tab.

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Re:Puhhh, thats all...for now. 10 years 3 months ago #815

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Excellent guide!

Just a little comment:
Instead of using the Shared Folder method, it's also possible (or even easier) to create an ISO image from the downloaded .deb files and then just mount the ISO wherever necessary.

Saves quite some configuration and copying and time.

Any freeware ISO creator tool will do.

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