[cvsnt] MSI/InnoSetup installer does not work
zbranyiczky at mailbox.hu
Tue Sep 20 13:29:15 BST 2005
Zsolt Branyiczky wrote:
> Bo Berglund wrote:
>> I pack only what Tony puts on his website. All binaries come from
>> the "binaries without installer" download.
>> The common Microsoft files are included in the Innosetup installer.
>> I have no way to compile the CVSNT system myself.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: cvsnt-bounces at cvsnt.org [mailto:cvsnt-bounces at cvsnt.org]On Behalf
>> Of Zsolt Branyiczky
>> Sent: den 20 september 2005 13:24
>> To: cvsnt at cvsnt.org
>> Subject: [cvsnt] Re: MSI installer does not work from subst:ed drives
>> Bo Berglund wrote:
>> Hi Bo,
>> I have just tried to install the latest InnoSetup version
>> (http://web.telia.com/~u86216177/cvsnt-188.8.131.524.zip), but it
>> displayed a lot of dialogs about missing MSVCR71D.dll file. After
>> having closed them one by one, the install finished, but the cvs*.exe
>> files could not be run because of the same reason.
>> Don't you pack the debug version by chance instead of the release one?
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> The common release files are included but obviously not the debug ones.
> Nevertheless it's very strange. After my poor attempt with the
> InnoSetup, I've taken a chance on the MSI version. Now I got a totally
> different problem, the 2 services are cannot be started (but the install
> finishes without complaining about missing MSVCR71D.dll file). It's said
> perhaps I don't have enough right to start system services, but I have
> admin rights, and in the service manager I can start/stop any services
> except the cvs ones. What is going on here? I'll try an earlier version
I'm done with it. MSI (2.5.02.2091) works, services are started
successfully during install. But with 2.5.02.2094, I got "Service ...
failed to start. Verify that you have sufficient privileges to start
system services." twice for both services. I have Win XP Pro (SP2).
As for the InnoSetup version, it is possibe that Tony sent accidentally
a debug version. (Although cvs.exe is just about 700K.)
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