LinkmanLITE v7.8.0.10 (JPE Launcher)

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LinkmanLITE v7.8.0.10 (JPE Launcher)

#1 Post by Napiophelios » Mon Mar 23, 2009 11:52 pm

Last edited by Napiophelios on Mon Mar 30, 2009 12:21 am, edited 8 times in total.

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#2 Post by joby_toss » Tue Mar 24, 2009 10:32 am

I don't think you are allowed to redistribute this software.

Quote from the help file/Disclaimer Agreement for "Linkman Lite":
"6. DISTRIBUTION. In no case may the SOFTWARE be distributed without written permission from Outertech."

You should remove the installation files from the JPE launcher archive.

If you have already obtained the permission, I offer to you my apologies !

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#3 Post by Napiophelios » Tue Mar 24, 2009 2:29 pm

I need some help with this.
It keeps making a folder in documents called Linkman with an empty folder inside called templates.

If I redirect the file system I get an error about not finding the language file and the app shuts down.

Any ideas on how to make this into a truely stealth portable would be appreciated.

I am thinking the usb.dat file might be mucking me up I dont know yet.

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#4 Post by Napiophelios » Mon Mar 30, 2009 12:25 am

Alrighty I have this sorted now.
Even tho I seem to be the only one with this problem I remade the launcher entirely.

(I think maybe I didnt completely uninstall it..leftover reg entries maybe..
I think I will start using a virtual machine to make these launchers on.)

At any rate,the link in the first post has been updated to the fixed launcher

For those that have downloaded this and are having the same problem as me
Here's the noob's mistakes corrected:

Create a folder inside the JPE folder called "ProgramFiles" and place the "Linkman" folder inside.
(please dont ask why I didnt already have it there...)

Then make sure the following lines in the "Linkman_jauntePE.ini"
have the correct info as follows:

line 12 [Launch]
line 13 Path=.\JPE\ProgramFiles\%appname%\%appname%.exe

line 48 [Registry]
line 49 Use=1
line 50 Data=.\JPE\jauntePE.reg

line 61 [Filesysteem]
line 62 Use=0
line 63 Data=.\JPE\

line 65 [ShellUsage]
line 66 Use=1
line 67 PreventMRU=1
line 68 PreventBinUse=1


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#5 Post by joby_toss » Mon Mar 30, 2009 12:56 am

The problem you are referring to (happens to anyone when the installation folder is moved) can be easily overcome by editing the "Linkman.ini" file and transforming the absolute paths into relative ones.

You can have some folders inside "Linkman" folder like "Databases", "Templates" etc. so the paths inside "Linkman.ini" would be ".\Databases", ".\Templates" etc.

This way, the only thing needing redirection would be the registry.

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