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chocolateyInstall.ps1file in your package you call
Install-ChocolateyPackage3 times so Package Scanner is expecting three files to be downloaded. When it actually goes to install the package only 1 file is downloaded. The Package Scanner will flag this up as something that needs to be investigated as it doesn't know what to do.
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Any choco moderator can provide some feedback on what i need to do about this?
Hi folks, I've a lab image for computing students learning python/powershell/java and using vscode, pycharm, intelliJ etc. Everything there works great - deployed with choccolatey etc.
New problem - we've a seperate new course in data science and they want a seperate setup with Anaconda, tensorflow-gpu=2.1 python=3.7 (specific versions required due to some devices with/without nvidia GPU), jupyter,
scikit-learn,matplotlib and pandas.
What I'm not sure of here is which strategy to go with. The lecturer who teaches this stuff prefers installs with conda rather than python pip. We would normally use choco install <python-package> --source python for anything python, but there isn't a conda "--source" available in chocolatey. I guess we could use pip and create a meta package that specfies everything and host that internally.
Another option - I've been looking at MSIX App Attach for a separate project for providing WVD (now AVD) to students. In theory I could create an MSIX wrapping up all these dependencies for this student course. It would also potentially result in a single easy installer for all the things a student needs if they want to install a matching setup at home on their own device. Presumably I could then push an msix out with chocolatey? I like the whole container aspect of MSIX, but dealing with SSL certs could be a nightmare.
Of course these are deployed to multiuser lab pcs so everything needs to be installed systemwide rather than into userspace. Particularly as some of this stuff is huge and we don't want installs X each user chewing up valiable SSD space.
I'd be grateful of a sanity check my potential strategy on this project!
Any moderators able to help push this through?