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Andreas Hauffe, 09/11/2021 03:38 PM

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h1. Installation Instruction
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eLamX² is available in two ways for Windows 64bit and Linux 64bit. On the one hand as an installer and on the other hand as a ZIP file.
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The installer installs eLamX² on the system including all necessary dependencies. The ZIP files contain a directly executable version of eLamX², so that no installation or administrator permissions are necessary. The ZIP files simply have to be unzipped into a folder of your choice and then the executable file in the "bin" folder started.
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To install, download the appropriate installer for your operating system (Windows 64bit, Linux 64bit) from the eLamX² website
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> http://www.elamx.de .
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h2. Windows
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# Download the installer (ends with: .exe)
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# Start the installation with a double click on the downloaded file
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# Follow the instructions.
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h2. Linux
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# Download the installer (ends in: .sh)
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# Open a terminal
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# Change to the download directory @cd $DOWNLOAD_FOLDER@
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# Set executable flag for the installer @chmod +x elamx2-linux.sh@
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# Start the installation @./elamx2-linux.sh@
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# Follow the instructions.
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h2. ZIP file
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# After downloading ZIP file for your OS, it must be unzipped into any folder.
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# In the eLamX² directory that is now available, the executable file in the "bin" subdirectory must be executed with a double click. The following assignment applies:
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> Windows with Java 32bit: elamx2.exe
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> Windows with Java 64bit: elamx264.exe
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> Linux: elamx2
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h1. Language Settings of eLamX²
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Basically, the program adapts to the language settings of the operating system. The default language is English. The program only starts with a German GUI if the operating system language is German.
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So far, this behavior can only be changed using options when starting the program. There are two ways to do this.
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h2. Temporary Solution
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When calling the program in the command line or input prompt, "-locale en" must be added.
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Example Windows
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	"C:\\$INSTALLATION DIRECTORY$\\bin\\elamx2.exe" –locale en
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Example Linux
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	$INSTALLATION DIRECTORY$/eLamX2 –locale en
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h2. Permanent Solution
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"–Locale en" has to be added in the configuration file of eLamX². This can be found in the following locations:
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Windows
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	C:\\$INSTALLATION DIRECTORY$\\etc\\elamx2.conf
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Linux
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	$INSTALLATION DIRECTORY$/etc/elamx2.conf
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In the elamx2.conf, the entry default_options is supplemented by "–locale en" so that it looks like this:
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	default_options = "- locale en ..."
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As a further alternative, the temporary solution can also be implemented as a link in Windows.