Where communities thrive


  • Join over 1.5M+ people
  • Join over 100K+ communities
  • Free without limits
  • Create your own community
People
Repo info
Activity
  • Jun 22 08:54
    @pauby banned @boubou
  • Apr 20 12:01
    @pauby banned @boubou_gitlab
  • Apr 20 12:01
    @pauby banned @boubou
  • Mar 24 12:18
    @pauby banned @danaqq2_twitter
  • Feb 22 09:58
    @pauby banned @boubou
  • Feb 01 17:13
    @pauby banned @boubou
  • Dec 19 2020 12:55
    @gep13 banned @DonaldLekgwathi_twitter
  • Jan 31 2019 21:04
    ferventcoder commented #645
  • Jan 31 2019 16:59
    ferventcoder commented #645
  • Jan 31 2019 16:59
    ferventcoder labeled #645
  • Jan 31 2019 16:55
    ferventcoder closed #645
  • Jan 31 2019 16:50
    ferventcoder commented #645
  • Jan 31 2019 16:50
    ferventcoder edited #646
  • Jan 31 2019 16:50

    ferventcoder on master

    (GH-645) Add ContactAdmins view… Merge pull request #646 from de… (compare)

  • Jan 31 2019 16:50
    ferventcoder closed #646
  • Jan 31 2019 01:56
    ferventcoder commented #613
  • Jan 30 2019 19:05
    designxsteph synchronize #644
  • Jan 30 2019 19:04
    designxsteph synchronize #611
  • Jan 30 2019 17:18
    pauby commented #643
  • Jan 30 2019 17:18
    designxsteph edited #646
overag3
@overag3
so 2 files with nupkg file
Paul Broadwith
@pauby
@overag3 How big is the binary?
overag3
@overag3
@pauby 80Mb
Paul Broadwith
@pauby
@overag3 So that rules that out. So we're left with the number of scanned files doesn't match the number of expected files
overag3
@overag3
i don't really understand what it means :-)
Paul Broadwith
@pauby
@overag3 Looking at the code in the chocolateyInstall.ps1 file in your package you call Install-ChocolateyPackage 3 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.
bandwith
@bandwith
@overag3 Why do you need to specifically uninstall previous MSI versions before installing the new version of GeoGebra?
3 replies
overag3
@overag3
@pauby ok, I didn't know that there was this rule in the validation
@bandwith without this, if geogebra is already install in computer, install failed
3 replies
overag3
@overag3
@pauby to avoid this problem, what do you advise me?
overag3
@overag3
use external function helper maybe ?
bandwith
@bandwith
or flip the detection logic and skip to one use of Install-ChocolateyPackage
5 replies
Veratech-tech
@Veratech-tech
Hi all, I'm trying to automate the upgrading of the Ubiquiti Unifi Controller via a script through an RMM (Syncro). Essentially I would like for my fellow techs to just run a script from the RMM on a particular device and it will automate the process of upgrading the controller. Any suggestions?
Paul Broadwith
@pauby
@overag3 It's in the moderation comment on the package page. There is little you can do to avoid it. However, it is something we are looking at for the Package Scanner as it's not ideal.
@Veratech-tech Does this involve Chocolatey?
Basaavaraja
@Basaavaraja
Hi
I need to install terragrunt in windows can some one guide me
I have downloaded windows exe file
Veratech-tech
@Veratech-tech
@pauby, yes I'd like to involve chocolatey in this.
couleur
@couleur:matrix.org
[m]
Hey, is chocolatey compatible with Windows 7?
1 reply
ebutler915
@ebutler915
Howdy! My CCM deployments are stuck at the status 'Ready' but won't update. I'm thinking CCM is not talking to the devices for some reason despite it looking normal. I'm currently on v0.5.1. Has anyone experienced this?
1 reply
Gregory Guidero
@keleko34
Is there an issue with the install services right now? I am getting a 406 error when trying to install and even going directly to the page https://community.chocolatey.org/install.ps1 is showing me a 406 error. I have tried on multiple machines now
3 replies
overag3
@overag3
@pauby thanks you
Teka Bekuma
@abajoteko_twitter
hello
please how can I get Rtools 3.5?
1 reply
Sayak Mukhopadhyay
@SayakMukhopadhyay
Hi all, is this the right place to talk about the chocolatey-community repository? I have a PR submitted for a package that I use (k9s) and would like to get it reviewed.
2 replies
wonkyungup
@wonkyungup
What is the next process (Ready to Review)?
I don't know what it means to need a mediator's permission.
Kim J. Nordmo
@AdmiringWorm

What is the next process (Ready to Review)?

The next process is that a human moderator will review the package to verify that it do not do anything malicious and can be accepted to the community repository.
You can read more about the moderation and review process here: https://docs.chocolatey.org/en-us/community-repository/moderation/#package-review-process

wonkyungup
@wonkyungup
How many days does it usually take?
I've been waiting for a week now.
Kim J. Nordmo
@AdmiringWorm

How many days does it usually take?

There is no set time that the package will be reviewed within.
The moderators for the packages are volunteers, and sometimes lifes gets in the way which causes the review process to take a longer time.

wonkyungup
@wonkyungup
Thank you for the information.
djschumacher
@djschumacher
Installing google chrome through the Atera RMM using the chocolatey installation package. The install fails and creates a lib-bad with a .chocolateyPending file, a nuspec and a npkg file. How can I get this to install. It happened on about 50 computers as we worked on a remote rollout.
1 reply
Nils Andresen
@nils-a
Hi people, are there any good guidelines (or examples) on how to add a dependency to a java jre? I need for a package "some" jre version 11 or greater. (I.e. I'dont really care whether its e.g. openjdk11jre or zulu13 or correttojdk...)
4 replies
Michael Fyffe
@TraGicCode
image.png
I added a new package to my auto update chocolatey packages github repository and i'm seeing this error
10 replies
I Added this as a dependency to the chocolatey package but still get the error :/ Any Ideas?
image.png
Going to take a wild guess i need to modify the AU template. Hope this is a good idea! :P
image.png
k-weaver
@k-weaver
I've been hitting rate limits on pulling down the choco installer. I've got a local repo for apps but pull the install from public. Assuming others have hit this, curious what you did to get around the limit?
2 replies
Michael Fyffe
@TraGicCode

Any choco moderator can provide some feedback on what i need to do about this?

https://community.chocolatey.org/packages/mongodb-database-tools#virus

1 reply
Tunisiano18
@tunisiano187
Hello everyone, i'm back ;-) sorry for my absence..
I have a weird thing with a package, some urls are rejected but they are correct... Can somebody take a look on what is missing?
https://community.chocolatey.org/packages/deepl/2.5.1
Sébastien Boulianne
@boubou
This message was deleted
1 reply
mica
@mica

my package was rejected before I had a chance to fix it.. now when I reupload it, I get "It's possible the package version already exists on the repository."

do I need a new version number?

1 reply
Graham Smith
@gsmitheidw

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!

2 replies
kalonji35
@kalonji35
whats the difference between chocolately and winget ?
Michael Fyffe
@TraGicCode

Any moderators able to help push this through?

https://community.chocolatey.org/packages/nservicebus-newrelic-analyzer/1.0.1

Thanks!

3 replies
TheCakeIsNaOH
@thecakeisnaoh:naoh.host
[m]
Go to https://community.chocolatey.org/packages, and switch from "Normal View" to "Moderator Queue"
1 reply