[Lazarus] Lazarus on a Flashdrive
rlaurie at gmail.com
Fri Sep 5 20:25:34 CEST 2008
I am hoping for:
/mnt/flashdisk/lazarus/ = E:\lazarus
and then use the SAME source for both, and just have two binaries. (lazarus
(not that having two would be so much bigger in size... but it will ensure
that the two works from exactly the same source)
On Fri, Sep 5, 2008 at 8:03 PM, Michael Green <myatus at googlemail.com> wrote:
> Hello Reenen,
> Yes, it's possible to have Lazarus run from a flash drive - I did that
> for quite some time. Simply install to a folder on your flash drive
> instead the harddrive.
> There's just two things you have to take care of, both of which pretty
> easy to do with a little batch file (or FreePascal app ;-) - you need to
> have the PATH environment setting pointing to your FPC folder and
> Lazarus needs to know a few additional folders. That means, if your
> flash drive is "E:\" on one PC, it might be "G:\" on another.
> As for 2 binaries, you ought to be able to do the same on a single FAT
> partition (just two seperate folders, as most Linux distros will chew on
> FAT fine.. No pun intended...), or go a bit fancier and partition your
> flash drive...
> Just a quick note though: do get a decent flash drive. You'd think a
> flash drive is faster than a HD, but that's not always the case
> (especially the ones that are large and cheap... There's a reason
> they're cheap).
> -- Mike
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> Lazarus at lazarus.freepascal.org
...speed is good
I believe five out of four people have a problem with fractions.
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