The xxx in the FRDL setup file name indicates the version.
FRDL installers do nothing 'clever' except to put the required files in a place of your choice and creates shortcuts so you can easily start FRDL.
Versions of FRDL up to and including 0.24 should be uninstalled before installing a newer version. For versions 0.25 and greater it is perfectly OK to install over an earlier version of FRDL.
FRDL has been tested on Windows 2000, XP and Vista.
Installing FRDL on WindowsDownload the file setup_FRDL_xxx.exe to your computer from www.flymicro.com/frdl and double click on it to run the installer.
Installing FRDL on Mac, Linux, Solaris Etc.In principle, FRDL should install, work and uninstall on all these platforms.
Download the file setup_FRDL_xxx.jar to your computer from www.flymicro.com/frdl and double click on it to run the installer.
Manual install on any operating systemShould either installer fail to create the correct shortcuts or otherwise fail to work correctly, FRDL can be easily installed manually.
Download the file FRDL_xxx.zip to your computer from www.flymicro.com/frdl and extract the contents to a suitable location on your computer.
The final structure is rather simple: FRDL.jar is the application executable. In the same folder should be one sub-folder: lib and all the other files included in the distribution should be in this sub-folder. FRDL can be started by double clicking on FRDL.jar or a shortcut pointing at FRDL.jar.
If windows doesn't let you download FRDL_xxx.zip fileDon't panic - some modern versions of windows don't let you download .zip files with executables in them (in this case executable *.jar files) but you should be able to download FRDL_xxx_obfuscated.zip. Extract this the same as explained above but then rename ALL files with .xxx extension to .jar extension (including .xxx files in the lib and uninstaller folders). Same as above, FRDL can then be started by double clicking on FRDL.jar or a shortcut pointing at FRDL.jar.
Uninstalling FRDLSelect Uninstall FRDL from the start menu.
If, for some reason this does not work, search your system for FRDL.jar and delete the folder it is in along with all it's sub-folders, and any shortcuts pointing at these folders (eg in your START menu). FRDL is now completely removed from your system.