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It is possible to run Awasu from a removable drive (e.g. a USB thumb drive) and this special case requires that your data files be stored on the drive along with the Awasu software itself (since there's no point in Awasu creating a new setup for you every time you run it on a different computer).  
 
It is possible to run Awasu from a removable drive (e.g. a USB thumb drive) and this special case requires that your data files be stored on the drive along with the Awasu software itself (since there's no point in Awasu creating a new setup for you every time you run it on a different computer).  
  
To turn on ''portable mode'', simply create a file called <tt>.PORTABLE</tt> in the Awasu installation directory and Awasu will create a <tt>Users</tt> sub-directory under the installation directory and put your data files there.
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To turn on ''portable mode'', simply create a file called <tt>.PORTABLE</tt> (with a dot at the beginning), or <tt>_PORTABLE</tt>, in the Awasu installation directory and Awasu will create a <tt>Users</tt> sub-directory under the installation directory and put your data files there.

Latest revision as of 14:12, 25 September 2011

It is possible to run Awasu from a removable drive (e.g. a USB thumb drive) and this special case requires that your data files be stored on the drive along with the Awasu software itself (since there's no point in Awasu creating a new setup for you every time you run it on a different computer).

To turn on portable mode, simply create a file called .PORTABLE (with a dot at the beginning), or _PORTABLE, in the Awasu installation directory and Awasu will create a Users sub-directory under the installation directory and put your data files there.