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question, can you make a softlink for SetupImgBurn.exe -> SetupImgBurn_2.4.1.0.exe(actual Vers.)

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Hy LIGHTNING UK!,

 

can you make a ln -s SetupImgBurn_2.4.1.0.exe SetupImgBurn.exe to enabling

to download the SetupImgBurn.exe with a batch and wget and make a silenceinstall ...

in / for my script who i had uploaded ;) To make a install batch per check if

it is installed, if no, then a question if shold installing.. if yes can

download with wget.exe and make a silenceinstall per /S (*s* not /s :D .. i can read ;

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No silent install ever. L_UK will never go for that. Well that was his stance in the past and I doubt very much that has changed or ever will.

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I've no idea how to do a 'softlink' but I understand the concept.

 

As you know, the silent install is an NSIS thing and it's /S I believe.

 

What I don't allow is silent running of the actual program - i.e. trying to hide it.

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I stand corrected.

 

:whistling:

 

:pirate::thumbup: :

This is a Nullsoft NSIS installer

silent switch is:

/S (all switches must be upper case)

 

Additional switches are :

/D="x:\dirname" Install program to path

/NCRC Skip CRC Check

 

:teehee:

*g*

 

Softlink is in *nix like System Link's who enabling indirekt take

a program, folders or other files.. (mutch more "ghosts" as be the M$-Lnk)

if you take VirtualBox.org you can let run a linux (Mandriva or Muppy)

and you can connect per ftp or ssh on the fileserver if run on *nix System

so you can set every a link to the downloadable actual program to syncing

it to other server.. eehh or so *s* for downloader is it good to so can

you get explizit the actual exe file... if the downloader or explorer

or other loading a programm, so taking the name of the link and take

the rest.. so can you make a autoupdater who download silence

in the background and can check the installer version and the version

of the actual file... or so.. easyer it is go, if it's a textfile on the server and

in side of this is the versionsnumber and can check this and if it's give

a new version, so can enabling it to get a Gui-message to be a new Version

usable :) I dont now how it's enabeling to read the textfile...

but i think you LIGHTNING UK! have a Idea of it... i nead only a

file who check the actual file and call if it's to o.k. if it's go to install.

 

in this file can be contain whitch Servers be used

(check the language whitch is used, so can take the server in them Land)

how you tell it in the txt-file of you FTP whitch downloaded fast at

start and read it out ... so you can tell, whitch server be used and whitch

version it's on the server, this proggy can run as deamon/scheduler ,

Set path of imgburn.exe and version of imgburn.exe and can

funtioning as autoupdater like sun-java too ;)

and addon programms can take the "Set"-Variables of imgburn.

 

maby i be not a programmer, i play only with prompt and

know how win funtioning or so make my own unatended install's

and so... and it's only a idea :}

 

best regards

Blacky

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Oh you want *me* to implement and autoupdater?

 

I have no interest in that, sorry.

 

Telling people that there's a new version and linking to the website is enough for me.

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I stand corrected.

And now you stand re-corrected donta!!! :D :D :wacko:

 

Regards

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I stand corrected.

And now you stand re-corrected donta!!! :D :D :wacko:

 

Regards

 

 

Yeah I need a few more sessions, man in white coat says I will then be fine. Or was it the man from Del Monte ?

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Hy LIGHTNING UK!

 

natural i mean you..*s* humm.... oky, if not an autoupdater

so can you make a softlink.... or so, to can use imgburn-setup.exe as

link or the other servers have it easyer to trade too, i think...

 

so i can use the file every to use in the autoinstaller or netinstaller

or so to use wget and install it per batch.. .. and silence as netinstaller.exe

as sfx-rar the actual version and with all languages ;) or i find a gui so

like vb-dialog to make a little more gui-install with

languagequestion and so things :)

 

regards

Blacky

 

Oh you want *me* to implement and autoupdater?

 

I have no interest in that, sorry.

 

Telling people that there's a new version and linking to the website is enough for me.

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The word "no" seems to be causing you some difficulty. Let me clarify the word for you, including its usage and its meaning.

 

 

no:

 

 

1. (a negative used to express dissent, denial, or refusal, as in response to a question or request)

2. (used to emphasize or introduce a negative statement): Not a single person came to the party, no, not a one.

3. not in any degree or manner; not at all (used with a comparative): He is no better.

4. not a (used before an adjective to convey the opposite of the adjective's meaning): His recovery was no small miracle.

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humm, why mean other peoples, they mus ever speak for other persons.., hey, i had speak with LIGHTNING,

the chef and not with others.., oky, you are a team and you help's LIGHTNING and thest all.. and clear, you are programmer or so, but, why, you are mean you are better human's as other peoples ? And why, Do you are mean, you are mus speak for LIGHTNING ? oky, i know now enough.. .. thy for the humanity speak.. thy very mutch.. ... ... peoples..

 

in (i have it) respeckt !

 

Blackcrack

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Blackcrack (hmmm)

 

Please read post 6 again (Shamus quoted that).

 

Regards

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