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99 99  == Installing without internet connection ==
100 100  
101 +=== XIP package ===
102 +
103 +{{info}}Since 9.5{{/info}} a XIP package is provided for the Standard flavor.
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105 +This is actually a zip file containing the required XWiki extensions in the same format than the local extensions repository.
106 +
107 +* download it on [[xwiki:Main.Download]]
108 +* unzip it in the folder ##<permanentdirectory>/extension/repository## (if you have complain about already existing file don't overwrite)
109 +* restart XWiki if it was running
110 +
111 +== Other ==
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101 101  Several options:
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103 103  * Set up a local Extension Repository, either as a Maven Repository or using the [[Extension Repository Application>>extensions:Extension.Repository Application]]. Of course you'll need to [[prefill it with all the extensions you'll wish to install when offline>>platform:AdminGuide.FillLocalMavenRepository]], which isn't something easy to do.
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131 131  == "File path too long" on Windows when unzipping ==
132 132  
133 133  The Windows Operating System imposes a [[file path limit to around 260 characters>>https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa365247(VS.85).aspx#maxpath]]. XWiki's zip file can, in some cases, reach paths as long a 182 characters, or even longer. To avoid such errors you could do one of the following:
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134 134  * Install in a folder that is as close to the root of the drive as possible and uses a small name, e.g. ##C:\xwiki##
135 135  * Install XWiki using the [[cygwin>>https://www.cygwin.com/]] environment that overcomes this limitation
136 136  * Starting with Windows 10, you can set or create the ##EnableLongPaths## with a value of ##1## in the in the ##HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\FileSystem## Windows Registry in order to activate support for long paths. More details and step-by-step instructions are available in various online tutorials such as [[this one>>https://www.howtogeek.com/266621/how-to-make-windows-10-accept-file-paths-over-260-characters/]].
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