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Commandline Options for osgeo4w-setup.exe

Possible Options

 -b --disable-buggy-antivirus      Disable known or suspected buggy anti virus
                                   software packages during execution.
 -g --upgrade-also                 also upgrade installed packages
 -o --delete-orphans               remove orphaned packages
 -n --no-shortcuts                 Disable creation of desktop and start menu
 -N --no-startmenu                 Disable creation of start menu shortcut
 -d --no-desktop                   Disable creation of desktop shortcut
 -r --no-replaceonreboot           Disable replacing in-use files on next
 -k --autoaccept                   Accept all licenses
 -l --local-package-dir            Local package directory
 -m --menu-name                    Menu name
 -a --arch                         architecture to install (x86_64 or x86)
 -R --root                         Root installation directory
 -q --quiet-mode                   Unattended setup mode
 -M --package-manager              Semi-attended chooser-only mode
 -h --help                         print help
 -p --proxy                        HTTP/FTP proxy (host:port)
 -x --remove-packages              Specify packages to uninstall
 -c --remove-categories            Specify categories to uninstall
 -P --packages                     Specify packages to install
 -C --categories                   Specify entire categories to install
 -D --download                     Download from internet
 -L --local-install                Install from local directory
 -t --test                         Use setup_test.ini
 -A --advanced                     Advanced install (as opposed to Express)
 -S --safe                         Safe Mode (Skip some admin actions)
 -s --site                         Download site
 -O --only-site                    Ignore all sites except for -s


  • to get a list of the available options, pass "-h" to the executable, such as
       > setup.exe -h
    • a file named setup.log.full will be created in the same directory, and you can open that file in a text editor to see the available options
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