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What is best way to create an installation wizard?

 
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I have been working on a product. I now need to ship it to a first customer. It runs on Unix based systems and Windows systems. It has a C++ component that needs to be laid down also. Paths should be set up in each environment. I guess it should be signed. So, the question is what is the best way to approach this? Are there wizard wizards that help you build an installation wizard? Thanks for any advice you may have.
 
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Please close this request. figured it out. Had to exec jar command to extract the c++ executable, then chmod it, then exec it.

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