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Tera Term Silent Installation Target Folder

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doughorton
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by doughorton » Mon Dec 19, 2016 8:25 pm
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It seems that if you install on a 32-bit system, the installer uses c:\Program Files\Tera Term, but if you install on a 64-bit system, it uses c:\Program Files (x86)\teraterm.

Is it possible to specify a target installation folder with a command line option so that it will be consistent on all computers?
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boris
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by boris » Mon Dec 19, 2016 9:17 pm
Tera Term is built using 32-bit compiler, i.e. it is 32-bit application.

64-bit Windows OS installs all 32-bit applications into C:\Program Files (x86)\ while 64-bit applications are installed into C:\Program Files\
32-bit OS installs applications into C:\Program Files\

Tera Term developers will hopefully reply you on whether is possible to overwrite the destination directory, but I'd not be doing this. Check this page to learn why http://www.howtogeek.com/129178/why-doe ... 86-folder/
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by doughorton » Mon Dec 19, 2016 9:54 pm
boris wrote:Tera Term is built using 32-bit compiler, i.e. it is 32-bit application.

64-bit Windows OS installs all 32-bit applications into C:\Program Files (x86)\ while 64-bit applications are installed into C:\Program Files\
32-bit OS installs applications into C:\Program Files\

Tera Term developers will hopefully reply you on whether is possible to overwrite the destination directory, but I'd not be doing this. Check this page to learn why http://www.howtogeek.com/129178/why-doe ... 86-folder/


Thanks for the reply. I should have been more clear. My focus was on the subfolder naming "Tera Term" vs "teraterm".
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