uCon Installation & Removal
uCon uses the NullSoft Install System. Running
ucon_install.exe invokes the NullSoft Installer as it was configured
for use for uCon installation. The installation adds a uCon item to the
"Start->Programs" list and optionally installs a desktop icon. The
main executable, help files and an uninstaller are put directly under
the installation directory chosen at the time of installation (usually
C:/program files/ucon). Three additional directories are also created
under that space:
This directory is established for storage of uCon
scripts that come with the package and new scripts created by the user.
This directory is established as the default location
for uCon to use when logging has been turned on.config:
This directory is established to contain a basic set
of config files that can be used to automatically startup uCon with a
pre-defined configuration. All new configuration files should be put in
To remove ucon from your system, run
Start->Programs->uCon->Uninstall; or simply remove the ucon directory.
If you wanna install ucon (under WINE) on Linux read this.New as of Oct 2014:
The installer, ucon_install.exe (built with the NSIS
tool) will now pay attention to a few of the command line options
supported by nullsoft. Specifically, if the /S option is
specified the installer runs in "silent" mode; eliminating most of the
interaction with the user. To facilitate complete "hands-off"
mode for installation, the /S option along with the /D option (to
specify the installation directory) will now suppress other
ucon-specific interaction and use defaults:
So, the command line:
- With /S, the desktop shortcut icon is automatically installed
- With /S, ucon will automatically overwrite an older uCon installation (if found)
ucon_install.exe /S /D "C:/program files (x86)/ucon"
will install uCon silently, without interaction with the user.