- Step 1: Configure your database connection (Local Data users only)
- Step 2: Download the latest Land F/X menus
- Step 3: Install OpenDCL
- Step 4: Update the Support Path
- Step 5: Load your Land F/X menus
Downloading and running the latest automatic Land F/X Workstation Installer should repair your installation of our software in the vast majority of cases.
If the installer fails in some way, you'll need to bypass the Workstation Installer and use the manual installation steps detailed below.
To complete this installation, you will need:
The location of your LandFX folder
The name of your office server (if you have one).
If you are unsure of either of these items, please contact your IT administrator.
Step 1: Download and install the SQLite database
1A. Download the SQLite database file linked below.
1B. Locate and double-click the SQLite3ODBC.reg file you just downloaded. This step will install the SQLite database.
Step 2: Download the latest Land F/X menus
2A. Download the latest Land F/X menus from the following link.
2B. Double-click the file you just downloaded. This step will unzip the file and create a folder in the same location.
2C. Move that folder's contents to the location C:\Program Files on your computer. You should now see the following folders:
You can now proceed to the next step: installing OpenDCL.
Step 3: Install OpenDCL
Click the following link to download the OpenDCL driver:
This step will create a file in the location you chose for the download. Double-click that file to install OpenDCL. It's an extremely simple installation process.
Error Message: The signature of this program is corrupt or invalid
Once you've installed the OpenDCL library, you can move on to the next step: updating the Support Path.
Step 4: Update the Support Path
4A. Open the Options dialog box:
Manage ribbon, Options button
type Options in the Command line
right-click in the Command line and select Options from the menu
Tools pull-down menu
4C. The Support File Search Path will expand, and you'll be able to see all folders it currently includes.
Once you've deleted any existing Land F/X entries from the Support File Search Path, you can continue to the next step.
4E. Navigate to the appropriate folder for your version of AutoCAD or F/X CAD:
- C:\Program Files\LandFX\_menus_\2019 (for CAD 2019 installations)
- C:\Program Files\LandFX\_menus_\2018 (for CAD 2018 installations)
- C:\Program Files\LandFX\_menus_\2017 (for CAD 2017 installations)
- C:\Program Files\LandFX\_menus_\2016 (for CAD 2016 installations)
- C:\Program Files\LandFX\_menus_\2015 (for CAD 2015 installations)
Then click OK.
You'll only need to select one of these folders. Use the 2019 folder for CAD 2019, and so on.
Before you can complete this step, you'll need to verify that you (or any users whose installation you are configuring) have read/write permissions for this folder path.
4F. Click Add and then Browse again, and navigate to your LandFX folder to add it to the Support File Search Path.
Your LandFX folder might be on the server in a large office, or on your local hard drive (usually your C: drive) for a laptop, standalone, or home installation.
Don't see an entry for the LandFX folder in the Support File Search Path?
Solution: Download the latest installer, and run it from your LandFX folder. After running the installer, double-check that these paths are correct.
4G. Click OK to save your changes.
Once you've added your LandFX folder to the Support File Search Path, you can proceed to the final step: Loading your menus from their new location.