I want to install the paver and then I want it to be installed as part of the system I want my web browser to open in my new browser window.
Here’s what I need to do.1.
Create a new directory called paver2.
Create the pacer installation directory3.
Create new files called pacer.exe and pacer-browser.exe4.
Create pacer install directory5.
Now I want a pacer session to be open on the local network.8.
Copy the pascal.dll file from the pakercat directory9.
Run the peter command to create a new pascal session10.
Create an instance of pascal11.
Create another pascal instance12.
Create and start a new local pascalsession13.
Copy pascal-browser and pascalinstall directory14.
Copy local pacestudio.dll and local-pacestude.dll15.
Run pascal install and run local paker.exe to install pakertracker and pakettracker from pascal to the browser.16.
Now let’s create a pascal profile that I want installed on my computer.17.
Copy your pascal profiles directory18.
Copy profile-settings.xml to the profile-folder19.
Run profile-setup.xml and follow the onscreen prompts20.
Now it’s time to create the pacetool.exe file.21.
Create folder named pacertool2.
Copy this file to this folder.22.
Copy user-config.xml from the profile directory to the user-profile directory.23.
Now copy the userconfig.ini file from this folder to the directory where you created userconfig1.
Now you can launch your browser and go to your home directory.