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Is it possible to make a portable version of that beta?
Except for some Mozilla Apps John doesnt make Betas portable.
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No problem. It worths a try.
As mentioned the last few times this was brought up, just copy the 7-Zip beta into 7-Zip Portable if you really want to. It's not supported and may not work.
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You can download the [REMOVED] and retreive the folder of 7-zip 4.5.5beta
[Link to illegal software removed by moderator JTH]
Is anybody know something about this LiberKey project? The inner directory structure of the programs is almost the same as PA (App, Data), but us seems the package use some sort of separated launcher for the applications (not open source). The menu is an ASuite-derivation, nothing more.
And they have a bunch of applications.
I wouldn't touch anything they publish with a 10 foot pole. They were using most of our software but with our splash screens, readme files, source code and the GPL license removed in violation of the GPL for about a year. When I instructed them to replace the source directories, credits, etc, they ignored the email and then, magically, a few weeks later they'd created closed source launchers for all the apps with purposely obfuscated configuration files. They have still refused to provide the source to their end-users (which they are required to do for a period of at least 3 years) or make them aware of the GPL and copyright violation.
They're still violating the GPL by refusing to provide the source for the apps they provide in binary form and refusing to release the source code for their installer. Not to mention apparently violating Mozilla's trademarks. And most likely violating the license of the closed source software they are repackaging without permission.
So, not really the type of folks you'd trust.
Thanks for Your answer (I've searched the forums, but found nothing about it). Now the whole scene is much more clear.