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Paul Broadwith
@pauby
@n3rd4i I use SSL Labs
n3rd4i
@n3rd4i
@pauby ++
Paul Broadwith
@pauby

I'm edited the original extension to include this dependency (KB2919355). This means packages which depend on this extension will need exempt right?

Yes that is likely.

I was trying to say if there is another, maybe better way, I would go for that, in which Verification exempt is not required.

Okay, Got it. Unfortunately at the moment there is not. The reason is that we support back to Windows 7 / PS 2 so we test on a system that has no updates installed so we can make sure that we don't miss any required for a package. Once Windows Server 2008 is no longer supported on Azure this will likely change.

n3rd4i
@n3rd4i
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This means it supports also 1.1, but its yellow, what does that mean, deprecation notice?
Paul Broadwith
@pauby
Which domain is that for?
Paul Broadwith
@pauby
Ah. It will tell you on the report why it's yellow. I can't remember from memory what that is.
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It may just be that warning.
n3rd4i
@n3rd4i
for now, but in the future it will not be supported I believe
Paul Broadwith
@pauby
Yeah. Green is good. Amber is a warning. I think that's all it is. As TLS 1.0 and 1.1 have been shown to have 'issues' it's just a warning to let you know it's supported.
n3rd4i
@n3rd4i
Ok, so I will mark all the necessary packages for exempt then, and move the dependency requirement in the extension.
I'm glad that finally I have (at least) a workaround for this
Paul Broadwith
@pauby
When asking for an exemption, if you do it AFTER it fails Verification (you'll get the usual email) then it will be easier for the moderator to see.
n3rd4i
@n3rd4i
ok
yoksi
@yoksi
hello. there is no AMD drivers packages for choco or I missing something ? thx
If there is not a package for the drivers you need then you can always create one.
Kim J. Nordmo
@AdmiringWorm
@yoksi or if you are talking about for the GPU, there is none no. But there is a open request for the community to add one: chocolatey-community/chocolatey-package-requests#681
yoksi
@yoksi
I mean AMD Graphic Drivers ofcourse....
Paul Broadwith
@pauby
Then see @AdmiringWorm answer above.
yoksi
@yoksi
so many years this project exists and nobody created package for AMD graphic drivers???
Paul Broadwith
@pauby

There many not be many users needing them. There are several Nvidia GPU packages available.

As I suggested previously, create one if you need it. You can get help here or in the docs. The Chocolatey Community Repository is maintained by the community. The Community Maintainers are all volunteers and create packages they perhaps need or others have requested. Pick up the one that was mentioned above and be part of the community.

Kim J. Nordmo
@AdmiringWorm
@yoksi it is not as easy as just create a package for the AMD GPU drivers.
The package needs to be aware of the GPU currently installed in the system (while most of the drivers will work across multiple GPUs, they won't for all GPUs).
The package will also need to know if it is running in an enterprise environment or not (yes there are different drivers for these), it will also need to decide the drivers to install based on the running operating system (which is not available for all GPUs).
The package will also need to figure out how to download the drivers during package installation (which is currently blocked behind an anti-bot check), and more that I don't remember right now.
yoksi
@yoksi
yes I read your comment in opened issue from Sep 6, 2019 without conclusion...
I hoped that after so long there will be some progress
yoksi
@yoksi
and if the answer is always "do it yourself" then I'm not surprised that there is only something in the packagemanager
sorry for the negative view, I counted on "choco" as a full replacement for Windows installer
yoksi
@yoksi
well... as someone says before... give him another decade :)
Kim J. Nordmo
@AdmiringWorm

I hoped that after so long there will be some progress

There hasn't, there are too many issues that needs to be resolved before one can be created (from my point of view).
I have actually been wanting to create one since 2016, but due to the already mentioned issues and other that I just don't remember right now I have never been able to produce one that would be reliable enough.

I counted on "choco" as a full replacement for Windows installer

choco isn't a replacement for windows installer. Typically a chocolatey package is a small wrapper around existing installers (or archives) that provides easier installation and upgrades silently.

Rob Reynolds
@ferventcoder
@/all If you are interested, we'll be showing off a demo of Chocolatey Central Management Deployments in about 10 minutes at https://twitch.tv/gep13 (announcement at https://chocolatey.org/blog/announcing-deployments)
Rob Reynolds
@ferventcoder
@yoksi at least not yet for Windows updates.
for windows installer, you can make it a full replacement for that. It's just powershell, so you can implement all of the things in there.
Rob Reynolds
@ferventcoder
For those that couldn't make it for the Chocolatey Central Management Deployments Demo, the recording up at https://www.twitch.tv/videos/631756984
Gregori Gualdron
@dinkpeople_twitter

I'm trying to install notepadplusplus in a different folder on PowerShell 5. According to Getting Started I should use: choco install notepadplusplus --% -ia "INSTALLDIR=""D:\My Files""" however it ends up installing the program on c:\Program Files\

Same if I use choco install notepadplusplus --% -ia 'INSTALLDIR=""D:\My Files""'

Gregori Gualdron
@dinkpeople_twitter

I'm trying to install notepadplusplus in a different folder on PowerShell 5. According to Getting Started I should use: choco install notepadplusplus --% -ia "INSTALLDIR=""D:\My Files""" however it ends up installing the program on c:\Program Files\ ...

In case it helps anyone, I figured it out:
choco install notepadplusplus --ia "/D=D:\My Files"

Jur93n
@jurgen-kluft
Hello everyone, i am kinda new to Chocolatey and Powershell scripts. However i have a question related to debugging install/uninstall scripts that are part of a (created by myself) package. What do i use to debug these scripts (e.g. Visual Studio Code or Powershell ISE) and how do i go about it. Currently when i load my install script into Powershell ISE it complains about not knowing the functions that are part of Chocolatey (e.g. Install-ChocolateyZipPackage)
Rob Reynolds
@ferventcoder
ISE is probably not best. It has issues with some of the items. You can load the chocolateyinstaller module into your session, but keep in mind choco.exe sets quite a few environment variables for the session it runs. I've had better luck running pieces I wasn't sure outside in PowerShell and then running the choco-specific items with choco itself in a vm/vagrant image.
Jur93n
@jurgen-kluft
@ferventcoder Thanks for the response. I was able to debug pretty well using Visual Studio 2017 and Poshtools. Did need to copy many of the Helpers/functions/*.ps1 files into my project and source them. But in the end i was able to step through everything which was what i wanted. Good way to learn Powershell script :-)
Rob Reynolds
@ferventcoder
👍
Rob Reynolds
@ferventcoder
@/all contacting site admins on the community repo should now be working. It was thought a spammer was being banned and it turned out we accidentally removed the ability for the website to send emails to the admin google group.
Bruno Baldochi
@brunoyb

Hi! I'm getting errors during the automated testing phase for 2 of the packages that I help maintain recently. Any ideas what could be the issue?

https://chocolatey.org/packages/fossil/2.11
https://chocolatey.org/packages/SWI-Prolog/8.2.0.1

Looking at the logs it seems that the testing environment can't download the files from the sources...

https://gist.github.com/choco-bot/78a22709af18fb627bd8b6e11f18d753
https://gist.github.com/choco-bot/eacea3e32e4a5b823e56e18697dfff91

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Stewart Cossey
@Cossey
I'm having a bit of trouble knowing the "proper way" of creating a package for a InstallShield exe that is distributed inside a zip file from its website. I've recorded the iss files for silent install and uninstall and my thought was to use "Get-ChocolateyWebFile" to download the zip, then "Get-ChocolateyUnzip" to extract the installer exe and then run the "Install-ChocolateyPackage" to run the installer file and then script some "Remove-Item"s to remove the zip and the installer exe files. Am I on the right track here?
Sudheer Chowdary Divi
@sudheer_divi_twitter
Can you any one know how to pass allure Json files while generating pickles files
Kim J. Nordmo
@AdmiringWorm
@Cossey you're close, but use Install-ChocolateyZipPackage (this combines Get-ChocolateyWebFile and Get-ChocolateyUnzip) to extract the directory to a temporary location, then use Install-ChocolateyInstallPackage to run the installer (using Install-ChocolateyPackage is for downloading and installing files). After that you could call Remove-Item to remove the extracted archive
Stewart Cossey
@Cossey
@AdmiringWorm Thanks heaps Kim, that lead me on the right path and got it sorted. Maybe chocolatey might need a Install-ChocolatelyZipInstallPackage command in the future!
n3rd4i
@n3rd4i
Hi, I have a question about a package. I want to include a picture into package description from the package itself. Is that possible?
with markdown notation, ofc.
Rob Reynolds
@ferventcoder
@n3rd4i yes you can do that now. Just make sure you have a good url for the images
n3rd4i
@n3rd4i
Hi, @ferventcoder, with URL this works, what I tried ia to link "local" / "package-archive-own" images to be used in the website. I suspect thia does not work because the package is archived anyway right?
Joel Sallow (/u/ta11ow)
@vexx32
yeah the package is stored as a single nupkg file, so you won't be able to reference things inside of it like images etc directly