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How can I install Stata from the command line without GUI under Windows?

Title   Installing Stata from the Windows command line
Author Hua Peng, StataCorp
Date June 2009; updated June 2013

  1. To install Stata from the command line without GUI, use the /qn option.
  2. To add features, use ADDLOCAL. There are two required features:
    Ado Stata ado-files
    Core Other required Stata files and dlls
    The following features need to be installed based on your license and operating system:
    StataMP6464-bit Stata/MP
    StataSE6464-bit Stata/SE
    StataIC6464-bit Stata/IC
    StataSM6464-bit Small Stata
    StataMP3232-bit Stata/MP
    StataSE3232-bit Stata/SE
    StataIC3232-bit Stata/IC
    StataSM3232-bit Small Stata
  3. The following properties can be used to control the behavior of the installation:
    USEPERSONALDIRDefault to 1
    INSTALLDIR1Default to “C:\data”
    ALLUSERDefault to 1
    USERNAMEDefault to current user
  4. Examples (drive E: is arbitrary and represents the DVD drive)
    To install 64-bit Stata/MP for all users:
           E:\Setup.exe /qn ADDLOCAL=Ado,Core,StataMP64
    
    To install 32-bit Stata/SE for all users:
           E:\Setup.exe /qn ADDLOCAL=Ado,Core,StataSE32	
    
    To install 64-bit Stata/IC for all users, and using the “C:\data” folder as the default working directory:
           E:\Setup.exe /qn ADDLOCAL=Ado,Core,StataIC64 USEPERSONALDIR=0
    
    To install 32-bit Stata/IC for all users, and using the “C:\statadata” folder as the default working directory:
           E:\Setup.exe /qn ADDLOCAL=Ado,Core,StataIC32 USEPERSONALDIR=0 INSTALLDIR1="C:\\statadata"
    
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