You are responsible for obtaining, properly installing and maintaining the Software and any other services or products needed for access to and use of the Software, and for paying all charges related thereto. Now it works – thank you! But I did manage to get it working without the official launcher. If You object to any such change, Your sole recourse will be to cease using the Software. Anyone know where to get 1. So I’m subjecting myself to the hell that is AirView.
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When you start AirView it will prompt you for the folder location of jre 1. Copyrights to Open Source Software are held by their respective copyright holders indicated in the copyright notices in the corresponding source files.
Thanks to everyone in this thread for the tips.
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After you are done making the shortcut you will need to right click the shortcut and then change the “Start Airvjew path to point to the folder in which you extracted AirViewer to. My Win7 desktop connecting to my LiteBeam M5 seems to get right up to the point where it’s going to load AirView, past all the security prompts Now that it was installed, it still wouldn’t run, because it thought I didn’t have java installed.
Your use of 1 websites located at www. At this moment it can be had here: Why does its name indicate it’s a 64 bit app, and why does it install into the 64 bit Program Files folder, when it is, in fact, a 32 bit app?
What am I missing here? What I am missing is the ini file.
AirView – an entirely new way that it doesn’t work? :-/
Here are my settings for Java and Version build 1. But I did manage to get it working without the official launcher. Ubiquiti is not responsible or liable for the deletion of or failure to store or process any information or other content provided by You or transmitted in the course of using the Software.
I don’t get it? Ubiquiti may assign this EULA without Your consent provided that such assignment is to an affiliated company forming part of the Ubiquiti group of companies. Download and install the Airview Analyzer Software from link below. For future reference, the 32 and 64 bit download ubiqutii are: Continued use of the Software following any such change will indicate Your acknowledgement of such change and agreement to be bound by the new terms and conditions.
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The location of the “Configuration Settings” file is dependant on which version of Airview 2 you installed, 32bit or 64 bit. Because I am running Windows 10 preview, I had the additional issue of the installer not allowing me to install. As it loads you will receive an error “JAVA path not found” This is due to the “Configuration Settings” file checking for java version 1.
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Now it works – thank you! Thanks to all the hints above. You are responsible for obtaining, properly installing and maintaining the Software and any other services or products needed for access to and use of the Software, and for paying all charges related thereto.
Thank you for letting me know that you were having problems using a search engine to find the Airview2 download. I was trying to find it via a search engine and saw that site as well, however it looked a bit sketch to me. I used 7zip to eaxtract disk1. Anyone know where to get 1. These may be akrview installed without providing any additional notice to You or receiving Your ubiquitti consent.