Unattended Installation

Unattended installation is possible only on Windows and Linux by running the installer executable from command line and passing the -q parameter. The installer executable is called syncroSVNClient.exe on Windows and syncroSVNClient.sh on Linux

In unattended mode the installer does not overwrite files with the same name if a previous version of the application is installed in the same folder. The -overwrite parameter added after -q parameter forces the overwriting of these files.

If the installer is executed in silent (unattended) mode and -console parameter is passed as a second parameter after -q parameter, a console will be allocated on Windows that displays the output of the installer. The command for running the installer in this case is:
start /wait syncroSVNClient.exe -q -console
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