[erlang-questions] Erlang on Windows from USB

Kenneth Lundin kenneth.lundin@REDACTED
Mon Nov 30 22:02:08 CET 2009


>From Erlang/OTP R13B02 the erl.ini file in the erl.5.7.x\bin directory
is no longer necessary.
If erl.ini exist it is used but if you remove it you can drop the file
tree erl.5.7.x anywhere in the file system.

I suggest that you install Erlang on an USB and then delete or rename
the erl.ini file.
After having done that you don't need any extra scripts, just start
werl.exe or erl.exe no matter what
drive -letter your USB is mounted to.

/Kenneth, Erlang/OTP Ericsson

On Mon, Nov 30, 2009 at 5:58 PM, Giuseppe Luigi Punzi
<glpunzi@REDACTED> wrote:
> Hi all,
> There are some way, to use erlang from an USB? I, and a friend, we have
> a machine where we can't do installations. We need a "portable" erlang
> to develop.
> I installed on a WinXP box. Copied the erlang entire folder to my USB,
> and tried to run in from other WinXP machine. I updated the paths in
> "erl.5.7.4\bin\erl.ini" but, when try to run "erl.5.7.4\bin\erl.exe"
> gives me an error:
> "G:\Desarrollo\erl5.7.4\bin\erl.exe
> The aplication couldn't be started because it's configuration is
> incorrect. Reinstall the application could solve the problem"
> In the ini file, I updated the paths with double slash "\\".
> Cheers, and thanks.

More information about the erlang-questions mailing list