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OptionPossible valuesDefaultDescription
-console--

Use console installation mode instead of GUI.

In headless environments, if the graphics environment cannot be initialized, this option is selected as fallback automatically.

-languageISO3 language code-

Using this option it is possible to preset the language the installation should run in.

This option overrides system settings and skips the language dialog, while propagating the selected language to the installer at runtime.

Since: 5.0.7

-mediaA valid absolute directory path.The directory where the installer jar itself is located.For multi volume installation, this is the directory where all parts of the installer are searched for assembly,
-defaults-file
A valid absolute file path.The file with the variable default overrides to be processed.

See Mixed Installation Mode Using Variable Defaults.

Since: 5.0.10

-auto--

In combination with -defaults-file, runs the installer in automated mode after loading the variable default overrides.

See Mixed Installation Mode Using Variable Defaults.

Since: 5.0.10

-options
-options-auto
-options-template
A valid path to a properties file.-See Unattended Installations Using Properties.
-options-system

-debug-(no debug mode)

Switching debug mode on. This option has no parameters.
In debug mode, there are many more log entries shown in the log which may be helpful for installer developers.
Same like -DDEBUG=true.

Since: IzPack 5.0.11 

-trace-(no trace mode)

Switching trace mode on. This option has no parameters.
In trace mode, an embedded widget to the installer window is shown (just in GUI mode), seeing all conditions and variables settings and traces how their values changed during the actual session according to the user input.
Same like -DTRACE=true.

Since: IzPack 5.0.11 

-stacktrace-(no stacktrace mode)

Switching stacktrace mode on. This option has no parameters.
In stacktrace mode, if a Java exception is thrown in the code the stacktrace is logged, otherwise just the exception message is shown in the log.
Same like -DSTACKTRACE=true.

Since: IzPack 5.0.11