Need help creating an autorun installer?

  • veedee
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I hope this section is the right place to post..
I made server side application database with php-mysql that will be distributed to company's colleagues. I want to burn it to CD so colleagues can install it on his/her local computer.
I must make that CD run auto, user click O.K -- then begin :
1. Installing PHP-mysql (php triad is okay)
2. Copy mysql database content to the right place (i.e : C:\apache\mysql\data)
3. Copy application (*.php) to C:\apache\htdocs.
4. Set username(root) and pass (****) on mysql database connection.
I hope somebody can gimme a little glance yet understandable on how to build that installer, or maybe leads me to link to that topic in this www jungle.
Thankyou in advance..
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i dont know if i read this right but do you know how to make a autorun file?

[autorun]
OPEN=SETUP.EXE

you can make this little thing in notpad Just name it AUTORUN.INF
then put it in the root dir

our are you trying to make a .exe program?
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An autorun is okay as long as it can handle :
veedee wrote:
2. Copy mysql database content to the right place (i.e : C:\apache\mysql\data)
3. Copy application (*.php) to C:\apache\htdocs.
4. Set username(root) and pass (****) on mysql database connection.


But if it can't, an *.exe is inevitable..
Somebody please..
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i really don't know what a AUTORUN file can really handle im going to google it a little bit.
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Thanks for helping, I'm really in the middle of nowhere.

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