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@pauby

Is there a better way to do this - to push the install file from A to B (via DSC somehow), and then install it locally on B via DSC?

You could do it that way, but then you may have to update all of your packages that are using it.

If you want to use file shares with authorisation this is the way it needs to be done unfortunately. This is why we recommend you use a repository manager.

Kevin Weinrich
@kwein1
I was able to get the package install to work after changing the permissions on the Source share, as @pauby indicated - add B$to NTFS permissions. Works great! Kevin Weinrich @kwein1 Now I'm working on my 2nd custom package. This one fails, which is probably due to something I'm not doing right in constructing the package. But when I look for details on precisely WHAT went wrong with the installation, I just get "See the log for details...". The log just says 2021-01-15 15:04:12,065 1316 [ERROR] - ERROR: The running command stopped because the preference variable "ErrorActionPreference" or common parameter is set to Stop: The operation completed successfully. 2021-01-15 15:04:12,065 1316 [DEBUG] - Built-in PowerShell host called with ['[System.Threading.Thread]::CurrentThread.CurrentCulture = '';[System.Threading.Thread]::CurrentThread.CurrentUICulture = ''; & import-module -name 'C:\ProgramData\chocolatey\helpers\chocolateyInstaller.psm1'; & 'C:\ProgramData\chocolatey\helpers\chocolateyScriptRunner.ps1' -packageScript 'C:\ProgramData\chocolatey\lib\bigfix\tools\chocolateyinstall.ps1' -installArguments '' -packageParameters '''] exited with '-1'. 2021-01-15 15:04:12,065 1316 [DEBUG] - Calling command ['"C:\Windows\System32\shutdown.exe" /a'] 2021-01-15 15:04:12,174 1316 [DEBUG] - Command ['"C:\Windows\System32\shutdown.exe" /a'] exited with '1116' I just don't see what it didn't like. Is there any way to get further debugging info about why it blows up? Or how can I manually walk through the package installation? Note: In my chocolateyinstall.ps1, I do a "reg import ..." command which IS working. So I'm pretty sure it's the "Install-ChocolateyInstallPackage ..." command that's failing. Kevin Weinrich @kwein1 It appears that if I manually do: setup.exe /s /v/qn from the chocolatey package folder on the target server, it works. But cinst bigfix -s ordchoco still doesn't. How can I see what command line choco is actually using to try to run the setup.exe? (As I understand, it's using my chocolateyinstall.ps1 to call Install-ChocolateyInstallPackage, and the magic happens inside there) Sathish @satheeshsoft Previously created chocolatey package working fine. The same code i used in new package but some changes in install file name and descriptions. The new package created with cpack command but not installing it, install failed. https://github.com/satheeshsoft/Soft-Cleaner-CY can you say what is missing here? Paul Broadwith @pauby @kwein1 Do you get any more info when adding -vd to the choco command line? 5 replies @satheeshsoft Have you looked at the gist? The error is on this line. VoomDev @VoomDev Is it possible to install choco on mac? daebenji @daebenji would you please stop spamming! VoomDev @VoomDev ok sorry but is it possible to run choco on mac daebenji @daebenji why would you need to to use choco on mac? they have homebrew and choco is trying to automate the installation of windows packages... Paul Broadwith @pauby @VoomDev Chocolatey is the package manager for Windows. There is Homebrew on Mac. (I removed the 'spam' comments) Paul Broadwith @pauby @satheeshsoft The specific error is at these lines - it can't find the file. Sathish @satheeshsoft @pauby got it, the directory name should be same name! Paul Broadwith @pauby @satheeshsoft :+1: Sathish @satheeshsoft again some doubts the app directory should be inside chocolatey directory? sorry i forgot can you explain how to overcome the error Paul Broadwith @pauby @satheeshsoft Have you downloaded the Chocolatey Test Environment? Sathish @satheeshsoft no Paul Broadwith @pauby @satheeshsoft Then that would be my suggestion to allow you to troubleshoot the issue. Sathish @satheeshsoft i created now but cinst not working message showing 3 attempts reached created i think it may works fine, here checking max attempts reached Paul Broadwith @pauby @satheeshsoft Are you testing this in the Chocolatey Test Environment? Sathish @satheeshsoft its difficult to understand, now created the pack test environment difficult to understand & time taking if the test environment automated its fair (like very few user inputs & also it works for the user demand without asking to user) just saying a suggession uploaded new copy @pauby thanking to you Sathish @satheeshsoft i used the same method in my software Anonymous Planet @AnonymousPlanet Hi @pauby :) Concerning Issue chocolatey/chocolatey.org#687 about Tor Exit nodes. I just tested from about 10 various exit nodes. It's still 403 forbidden on the API no matter what. 2 replies Anonymous Planet @AnonymousPlanet Also tested after resolving hCaptchas on Browser (using same exit nodes) and still forbidden unfortunately. (hCaptchas are not required on the chocolatey.org website from a Tor Browser but are required when accessing the API). So there is no issue accessing the website in itself from Tor. Just the API URL. Martin Bergman @misse Hello! I work at Electronic arts, managing an internal service that caches chocolatey (among other things) and starting today we're getting HTTP response 403 when trying to reach chocolatey. I've created a support ticket for this, but a colleague suggested I'd reach out here. Anyone up for a chat about why this happened and what we can do to get unblocked? Paul Broadwith @pauby Hi Martin, Gitter chat is for community support. For issues around IP blocking you did the right thing in raising a ticket which was responded to this morning. @misse ^^ Martin Bergman @misse Thanks @pauby ! Has my response to the response been registered? :) Paul Broadwith @pauby @misse Not as yet. The last update was the response from me this morning. Martin Bergman @misse Something is amiss then, I did respond to that email at 11:16 GMT but haven't seen anymore replies, I'll DM you Miodrag Milić @majkinetor When testing package install using *.nupkg file directly (i.e. cinst install xyz-123.nupkg) what needs to be specified to take any dependencies from the gallery ? 1 reply ichooselife @ichooselife hi new to chocolatey. hope all is well. I have a question..I recently install a software called kate (program editor app). I did not like it so i uninstalled using the choco command "choco uninstall kate". However, it did uninstall it from programs & features but I still notice some files under appdata\local & C:\programdata\chocolatey. What is the safest way to remove these kate files from my system? Also, when i right click on a file, i still notice the phrase "Edit with kate"? If i unistall the software shouldnt this be removed? Anyway how to i remove this from the system? aditya gorthi @aditya_reyan_twitter Hello Everyone, I'm new to chocolatey. Chocolatey is not using skip tokens for FindPackagesById if we have many versions. The issue is with only the virtual repository. It's working as expected for the Remote repository. Scenario 1: Package(git) has 70+ versions, repository type is remote. choco install git -y fiddler logs: /api/nuget/choco /api/nuget/choco/$metadata
/api/nuget/choco/Packages()?$filter=(tolower(Id)%20eq%20'git')%20and%20IsLatestVersion /api/nuget/choco/FindPackagesById()?id='git.install' Scenario 2: Package(git) has 70+ versions, repository type is virtual. choco install git -y fiddler logs: /api/nuget/chocolatey /api/nuget/chocolatey/Packages(Id='git',Version='2.30.0.2') /api/nuget/chocolatey/$metadata
/api/nuget/chocolatey/FindPackagesById()?id='git.install'
/api/nuget/chocolatey/FindPackagesById?id='git.install'&$skiptoken='git.install','2.15.0' /api/nuget/chocolatey/FindPackagesById?id='git.install'&$skiptoken='git.install','2.5.2'