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forge installer being a .jar file and not an executable


Sean Quinn
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Try running it from the commandline, hold shift + right-click in a blank spot in the folder the installer is in, and choose open command/powershell here, and try

java -jar <filename>

 

replace <filename> with whatever the installer filename is (you should be able to tab complete it after a few characters)

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37 minutes ago, Ugdhar said:

Try running it from the commandline, hold shift + right-click in a blank spot in the folder the installer is in, and choose open command/powershell here, and try

java -jar <filename>

 

replace <filename> with whatever the installer filename is (you should be able to tab complete it after a few characters)

i tried this but i could not figure it out

does anyone have a copy of it they could email me or something. 

thanks again

sean

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