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@KevinRoebert: Unless there is malware or sensitive information, packages are generally not deleted. However, if you need to push a newer version, the current version can be rejected, which will allow you to push a different version.
This is normally only done if the software has one download URL where updated versions show up as they are released, or if download URL(s) are removed after a new one is released. But if the previous version of the software is still available for download, it is generally preferred that the maintainer wait for a review, then after the package has been approved, they can push newer versions.
@Davis8988: There is some documentation here: https://docs.chocolatey.org/en-us/create/create-packages#push-your-package
Or you can go to https://chocolatey.org/account, and scroll down to the "Example Usage" section
You will need a chocolatey.org account to upload your package.
@carlescufi: The package is in the queue to be looked at by a moderator.
WARNING: User (you) cancelled the installation. ERROR: Running ["C:\Users\legen\AppData\Local\Temp\chocolatey\notion\2.0.8\Notion Setup 2.0.8.exe" /S ] was not successful. Exit code was '5'. Exit code indicates the following: User (you) cancelled the installation..
@penguinairlines: I would suggest making a comment on the disqus for that package, or create an issue on the package repository.
If it is actually installing the newer package version, the
validExitCodes in the package should be updated to include 5. Otherwise, that looks like a problem with the software installer. You could see if the installer logs anywhere (or if there is a logging parameter for the installer), or you could try to see if running it manually gives you any clues.
Help - both can't be true
PS C:> choco install chocolateygui
choco : The term 'choco' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file, or operable program. Check
the spelling of the name, or if a path was included, verify that the path is correct and try again.
At line:1 char:1
PS C:> Set-ExecutionPolicy Bypass -Scope Process -Force; iex ((New-Object System.Net.WebClient).DownloadString('https://chocolatey.org/install.ps1'))
WARNING: An existing Chocolatey installation was detected. Installation will not continue.
For security reasons, this script will not overwrite existing installations.
Please use choco upgrade chocolatey to handle upgrades of Chocolatey itself.
I've installed Docker 2.4 quite some time ago using Chocolatey (my OS is Win 10). Since updating Docker using
choco upgrade all always failed, I did the updates manually via the Docker itself (right-click → Check for Updates → etc.). Now I'm on version 3.2.
Since I want to get rid of this manual update process, I wanted to uninstall Docker from Chocolatey. But executing
choco uninstall docker-desktop fails with
ERROR: Exception calling "GetFullPath" with "1" argument(s): "Illegal characters in path.".
Of course, I could uninstall Docker the usual Windows way. But how would I remove Docker from Chocolatey so that I can do a fresh install?
--skipautouninstallerswitches. For example `choco uninstall docker-desktop -n --skipautouninstaller.