Difference between revisions of "Use X-Moto on a USB-Key"

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==Windows==
 
==Windows==
 
# Copy xmoto and files (get the .zip package for example) on a usb key
 
# Copy xmoto and files (get the .zip package for example) on a usb key
# Copy the following [[Media:xmoto_local.bat]] next xmoto.exe and run the .bat
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# Copy the following [[#Media:xmoto_local.bat|this section]] next xmoto.exe and run the .bat
  
 
The .bat runs xmoto with the configpath option set to myConfig
 
The .bat runs xmoto with the configpath option set to myConfig

Revision as of 15:23, 5 December 2007

When you run xmoto, it creates a directory into ~/.xmoto, then, if you put xmoto on a usb key and change of computer, you don't find your data back. By the way, xmoto has an option "--configpath" to change the directory where data are saved.

Windows

  1. Copy xmoto and files (get the .zip package for example) on a usb key
  2. Copy the following this section next xmoto.exe and run the .bat

The .bat runs xmoto with the configpath option set to myConfig


Media:xmoto_local.bat

This file contains only one line:

@xmoto --configpath myConfig