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TheCakeIsNaOH
@thecakeisnaoh:naoh.host
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@dufferzafar: Would the telegram.portable package work for you? https://chocolatey.org/packages/telegram.portable
TheCakeIsNaOH
@thecakeisnaoh:naoh.host
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@paulppp2008: Are you talking about the Chocolatey.Server? If so, the issues for that are over here: https://github.com/chocolatey/simple-server/issues
paulppp2008
@paulppp2008
@thecakeisnaoh:naoh.host , yeah chocolatey server on your local laptop/OS/Win 10. i'll check out the link you sent..thank you.
Paul Broadwith
@pauby
@zverev-iv I've moderated those packages now and passed them back.
Konstantin
@paradonym
Can we set the download timeout shorter? If the speed drops simply re-download the full install.ps1's download path? Sometimes weird firewalls with download-restrictions disable downloads when another big download is running in background
It often helps to just discard chocolatey downloading the package and instantly re-do the download to have it speeded up
like trying download 4-5 times and then set the download timeout much longer
TheCakeIsNaOH
@thecakeisnaoh:naoh.host
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@paradonym: There is the webRequestTimeoutSeconds config option, I'm not %100 sure that that is what you are wanting.
Jairo Henrique
@heekinho_twitter
@pauby please don't forget this one too (https://chocolatey.org/packages/admobilize-vision-service/1.5.1.0) ;) Thank you
Jarett LeBlang
@gentoolinuxgeek_twitter
Hey, I'm trying to create an account on Chocolatey.org (I could have sworn I had one) again and Recaptcha keeps failing me.
Nevermind it finally worked
Byeeee
Supermouse
@Supermouse
Hi. I was wondering here.
I'm getting a new computer in a few weeks, is there a way for me to get a list of the choco packages I installed in my current computer and then install everything with a single command (or small script) in the new computer?
I was checking the documentation but didn't see anything like that
Érico Vieira Porto
@ericoporto
Does anyone knows what is the error here? https://gist.github.com/choco-bot/68319f09f5e52f02305695bc9267a081 I can't find any and it still fails the verification.
nick who
@Nick1023822Who_twitter
hello
TheCakeIsNaOH
@thecakeisnaoh:naoh.host
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@Supermouse: There is no way through choco currently, however there is work under way for an export command.
I would suggest using this package instead: https://chocolatey.org/packages/choco-package-list-backup
That will generate a packages.config file, which you can install in one command; choco install /path/to/packages.config
TheCakeIsNaOH
@thecakeisnaoh:naoh.host
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@ericoporto: It looks like the verifier is timing out, due to the dependencies taking too long to install. I would suggest asking for an exemption from the verifier.
@Nick1023822Who_twitter: Hi
Angelos Bousias
@abousias
hi, we keep our packages in our private feed and I am looking for a way to reserve a prefix like MyCompany* for the chocolatey.org feed, like it can be done for nuget.org.
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/nuget/nuget-org/id-prefix-reservation
Is there a way to accomplish this as a security measure to prevent "dependency confusion" ? https://medium.com/@alex.birsan/dependency-confusion-4a5d60fec610
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Supermouse
@Supermouse
@thecakeisnaoh:naoh.host thanks, I'll take a look at it
Érico Vieira Porto
@ericoporto
@thecakeisnaoh:naoh.host hey, thanks! It's curious that dependencies install super fast in CI systems I tried. :/
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nathan howell
@negged_twitter
why does the main webpage work with google chrome its an uptodate web app and should work. i get a grayed out screen and cant click on anything!!!!
not work i should say sorry
Paul Broadwith
@pauby
@negged_twitter Do you have Ghostery or some other such extension installed?
RalfEs73
@RalfEs73
I've a small issue. I want to push a update of a packet and I get a error message: "It's possible the package version already exists on the repository."
Take a look please:
PS F:\GitHub\chocolatey-packages\powerautomatedesktop> choco push .\powerautomatedesktop.2.3.2121.nupkg
Chocolatey v0.10.15
Attempting to push powerautomatedesktop.2.3.2121.nupkg to https://push.chocolatey.org/
An error has occurred. It's possible the package version already exists on the repository.
PS: I'm the Package Maintainer.
Link: https://chocolatey.org/packages/powerautomatedesktop/
Gary Ewan Park
@gep13
@RalfEs73 that package version is currently rejected, so you won't be able to push the same package version again until it is unrejected
I have just unrejected it, so you should now be able to push it with the same version
RalfEs73
@RalfEs73
Thanks @gep13
New version has been successfully pushed :)
Gary Ewan Park
@gep13
:+1:
djschumacher
@djschumacher
Hi there! I'm ~Schu and I'm new to Chocolatey. Put up my first package today. How long does it usually take before you can see it in the repository?
TheCakeIsNaOH
@thecakeisnaoh:naoh.host
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@djschumacher: Assuming that the automated checks pass, it will go in a queue for a human moderator to look over it. Then, assuming no changes are needed, the package will be approved, making it available. The queue is a bit long at the moment, in the ballpark of three weeks.

Here is the full documentation for the process: https://docs.chocolatey.org/en-us/community-repository/moderation

djschumacher
@djschumacher
So if my package is sitting at the top of the responded queue, will it really be 3 weeks before we can access it?
TheCakeIsNaOH
@thecakeisnaoh:naoh.host
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You can install it immediately if you explicitly specify the version. Like choco install sonicwallnetextender --version=10.2.300 or similar. Keep in mind that until the package is approved, that it is not immutable, and that if changes are required during the review, you may have an old "version" of that version of the package installed on your local machine(s).
neerajsingh315
@neerajsingh315
Hi, I am trying to install dotnet 4.7.2 using "choco install dotnet4.7.2" but it looks like it is only downloading the dependent packages and not doing the actual installation of dotnet 4.7.2. I am seeing this message while running the command: The install of dotnetfx was successful. Software install location not explicitly set, could be in package or
default install location if installer. Can someone please help me on this.
TheCakeIsNaOH
@thecakeisnaoh:naoh.host
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@neerajsingh315: The dotnet4.7.2 package is a legacy package id, and is kept around to point people and scripts at the dependency dotnetfx, which the the package that actually installs dotnet.
Gary Ewan Park
@gep13
@thecakeisnaoh:naoh.host @Supermouse if you have Chocolatey GUI installed, there is an export option in there that will generate you a packages.config file that can be used to re-install all packages on a new machine.
djschumacher
@djschumacher
Good afternoon. Any guidance in figuring out how to bypass or accept a "Windows Security" pop up when executing an install would be greatly appreciated.
djschumacher
@djschumacher
I would like to amend my question as further testing has shown that my error is about a driver software requiring and trusting a cert from Sonicwall. Is there a way to incorporate this cert in the package, install it and then run the installation program?
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rlatm
@rlatm
I'm creating a Choco package for an open-source app. I understand packages that contain $url in them. 👍
However, the docs also recommend embedded binaries. It points to the example https://github.com/chocolatey-community/chocolatey-coreteampackages/tree/master/automatic/qbittorrent
Its install script has:
file = "$toolsDir\qbittorrent_4.3.3_setup.exe" file64 = "$toolsDir\qbittorrent_4.3.3_x64_setup.exe"
but I don't actually see any binaries in that repo folder. Where are the binaries/how does the install script locate them at install time? If there is documentation, code, or a thread I should look at please let me know, thank you! 🙏
TheCakeIsNaOH
@TheCakeIsNaOH
@rlatm Generally, embedded binaries are not commited to the source repository for the package, but only are on the local machine where the package is packed and pushed. So if you look on chocolatey.org, the installers are there: https://chocolatey.org/packages/qbittorrent#files