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making a portable version of your fave apps


making a portable version of your fave apps

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How to make portable version of your apps By fuser

We all have our fave Windows apps, right? In my pen drive I have a OpenOffice Suite, System Shock Portable and Cave Story, XMplay, PuTTY and now, Cain and Abel and zenmap.

The trick here is quite simple and can be made using (almost) free software.

The programs I use are Virtual Box, VMware ThinApp (you can either download the 60-day trial or download a pirated copy), Windows XP install cd, and the installers for zenmap and Cain.

How to do it:

a) Install a guest copy of Windows XP in Virtual Box.

b) Install VMware ThinApp in the Virtual Machine.

c) Run "Setup Capture" and the app will scan the VM.

d)After scanning, minimize the app, install the application you wish to capture.

e)If a reboot is required by the installer, just do it. Setup Capture will start when the VM boots up.

f)Customize the app if required to.

g)Maximize the "Setup Capture" and select Next

h)Select the executable you want to be the main container (for example: Cain.exe in case of Cain, this will be the file to contain all the data, the other files will just be shortcuts that link to it…)

i)Name the inventory, choose Next.

j)In the following page, you can choose to store the app in the at the user profile/Portable Media/Network Drive

k) At the next screen, you can just go with the default isolation mode.

l) At the next screen, change the Project Location to your pendrive and name the project directory and choose Fast Compression.

m) Choose "Build Now" and wait.

n) After the build is done, go to "Browser Project" the executable should be in the "bin" folder"

o) Test the program at the VM first, if it's successful, congrats! You can now run it at any pc running the latest versions of Windows.

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ghost's avatar
ghost 14 years ago

This is very useful :D

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ghost 14 years ago

Agreed

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ghost 14 years ago

nice work matey! :happy:

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ghost 14 years ago

yea i have done this some, some things i didnt like..applications like FireFox are around 60Mbs Thinstalled, that and bigger applications will run slower, i mean i like it for like portible IRC and stuff like that but i wouldnt thin stall Vegas pro or anything :happy:

ghost's avatar
ghost 14 years ago

@cis_slayer: There is an actual portable firefox at www.portableapps.com

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korg 14 years ago

It's alot easier to use MojoPac. Takes up less space and is easy as hell to install.

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SySTeM 14 years ago

Mizzle, any reason you voted Poor? Care to share your views?

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ghost 13 years ago

Very useful info