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[CSI] Community Software Installer 2.6.1 (OLD THREAD)
04-03-2009, 08:15 AM
Post: #706
RE: [CSI] Community Software Installer 1.7.2 (Windows/Linux/OSX)
(04-03-2009 01:12 AM)lundman Wrote:  Ok for future reference, I threw in a test for read-only volume, and pop up a dialog box if that is the case. Rolled out a new .dmg, this feels like complete app bundle.

http://www.lundman.net/ftp/nmt/NMT_Commu....2-OsX.dmg

Hi lundman, great work. I'm going to search for a windows application which can update the binaries in the dmg file, otherwise I will have to disturb you every time I create a new release Smile

In the meantime: could you add: http://www.nmtinstaller.com/Downloads/NM...taller.exe to the OSX installer? This will fix dc11ab's problems.

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04-03-2009, 10:04 AM
Post: #707
RE: [CSI] Community Software Installer 1.7.2 (Windows/Linux/OSX)
Done, new .dmg here:

http://www.lundman.net/ftp/nmt/NMT_Commu....2-OsX.dmg

I mean, it wouldn't be the end of the world if it was a .zip file either..

I saw some dmg2iso tools, but don't know about the reverse.
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04-03-2009, 04:45 PM
Post: #708
RE: [CSI] Community Software Installer 1.7.2 (Windows/Linux/OSX)
pls. help

I Problem Install Community Software Installer 1.7.2 Error Message

Can't connect to repository server.
Make sure your internet connection is up.

I sure connection to internet go to web site
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04-03-2009, 06:42 PM
Post: #709
RE: [CSI] Community Software Installer 1.7.2 (Windows/Linux/OSX)
(04-03-2009 04:45 PM)TomT Wrote:  I Problem Install Community Software Installer 1.7.2 Error Message
Can't connect to repository server.
Make sure your internet connection is up.
I sure connection to internet go to web site

Are you able to download the following file?
http://repository.nmtinstaller.com/RepositoryInfo.zip

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04-03-2009, 06:55 PM (This post was last modified: 04-03-2009 07:03 PM by dc11ab.)
Post: #710
RE: [CSI] Community Software Installer 1.7.2 (Windows/Linux/OSX)
Ger, lundman

I tried the new version, both manually (downloaded the new binary linked from Ger) and the installer app bundle from lundman. In both cases mono stopped responding. Anyway, I got anxious and made a Force Quit and got some crash info, for what it's worth:
http://pastebin.com/m68c4cb3f

Then I started it again, manually, and left it for about 2 minutes. It came back to me with the following popup:
Repository error
Can't connect to repository server.
Make sure your internet connection is up.


Pressing OK and the GUI launched. Judging by the ErroLog.csv it seems it's trying to make a lookup before it launches the GUI, which in my case would fail if the default searches for PCH-A110 -- I have an A-100 and probably need to put the IP address in. But it seems it was the repositories being off-line? You can probably see better for yourself, see below.

This behaviour was reproduceable.

So once I got the GUI up I browsed around and it did not crash as quick as it used to! Yay!
But leaving the window for some minute after browsing up and down the tabs, it froze up.

Re-launching, waiting around 1,5-2 minutes, pressing OK on the popup and then browsing around again. This time I tried to install the iTouch Theme, but no go. An empty error message with an OK button. Could not press it, CSI froze up.

ErrorLog.csv:
Code:
$ cat ErrorLog.csv
04/03/2009 19:35:24;Error;Can't connect to lordy repository server;Error: NameResolutionFailure;  at System.Net.HttpWebRequest.EndGetResponse (IAsyncResult asyncResult) [0x00000]  -   at System.Net.HttpWebRequest.GetResponse () [0x00000]  -   at com.nmtinstaller.csi.Utilities.HttpCommands.DownloadHTTPFile (System.String completeURL, System.String localFolder, com.nmtinstaller.csi.Utilities.ProgressChanged OnProgressChanged) [0x00000]  -   at com.nmtinstaller.csi.Utilities.HttpCommands.DownloadHTTPFileAndExtract (System.String completeURL, System.String LocalFolder, Boolean ClearTemp, com.nmtinstaller.csi.Utilities.ProgressChanged OnProgressChanged) [0x00000]  -   at com.nmtinstaller.csi.Utilities.Repository.DownloadRepositoryFiles (System.String repositoryName, System.String repositoryUrl) [0x00000]
04/03/2009 19:46:17;Error;Can't connect to lordy repository server;Error: NameResolutionFailure;  at System.Net.HttpWebRequest.EndGetResponse (IAsyncResult asyncResult) [0x00000]  -   at System.Net.HttpWebRequest.GetResponse () [0x00000]  -   at com.nmtinstaller.csi.Utilities.HttpCommands.DownloadHTTPFile (System.String completeURL, System.String localFolder, com.nmtinstaller.csi.Utilities.ProgressChanged OnProgressChanged) [0x00000]  -   at com.nmtinstaller.csi.Utilities.HttpCommands.DownloadHTTPFileAndExtract (System.String completeURL, System.String LocalFolder, Boolean ClearTemp, com.nmtinstaller.csi.Utilities.ProgressChanged OnProgressChanged) [0x00000]  -   at com.nmtinstaller.csi.Utilities.Repository.DownloadRepositoryFiles (System.String repositoryName, System.String repositoryUrl) [0x00000]
04/03/2009 19:48:29;Error;WebException during install method of UploadInstaller;Server returned an error: 421 10 users (the maximum) are already logged in, sorry;  at System.Net.FtpWebRequest.Authenticate () [0x00000]  -   at System.Net.FtpWebRequest.OpenControlConnection () [0x00000]  -   at System.Net.FtpWebRequest.ProcessMethod () [0x00000]  -   at System.Net.FtpWebRequest.ProcessRequest () [0x00000]

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04-03-2009, 07:15 PM (This post was last modified: 04-03-2009 07:48 PM by Ger Teunis.)
Post: #711
RE: [CSI] Community Software Installer 1.7.2 (Windows/Linux/OSX)
.

Statistics March 2009
Content installed in data volume: 45GB
Number of applications installed: minimal 26.720

Top 10 applications
(excluding lordy's application; they are hosted externally)
  1. Telnet daemon & MC (5829)
  2. Transmission (5431)
  3. Accousting tuning of HDD (2596)
  4. File manager (2373)
  5. NZBget (2134)
  6. aMule (1780)
  7. BTPD (1541)
  8. Skin manager (1456)
  9. Web server (1247)
  10. Last FM (1238)


Top 5 Themes
  1. Apple TV (1265)
  2. Black and White (1168)
  3. Classic Elegance (994)
  4. Kodske (971)
  5. Carbon (948)


Top 5 Custom Menu's
  1. Streamed NMT (1403)
  2. KDoske (1011)
  3. Richado (768)
  4. Back to Basics (426)
  5. Calm 2 (341)


Top 5 Wait images
  1. Color (1934)
  2. Sleek (699)
  3. Original (404)
  4. Buttering 1 (258)
  5. Hi_Im_Loading (205)







For anyone reading this, these bug are OSX only
Don't want to scare of people here Smile

That is a known issue for OSX: theme upload will not work correctly at this moment. The ftp connections seem to not to be closed correctly on OSX. Your nmt's ftp server responds with an: "10 users (the maximum) are already logged in, sorry".

Regarding the hang before start.
It downloads, compares and parses the repository files before displaying the UI. It is weird, it looks like it is not able to download http files. Have no clue what could go wrong there. Perhaps a internet hickup was there.

Lundman> how is your experience with OSX? Perhaps dc11ab is having some more issues then the avarage users.

(04-03-2009 06:55 PM)dc11ab Wrote:  OSX issues report

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04-03-2009, 11:14 PM
Post: #712
RE: [CSI] Community Software Installer 1.7.2 (Windows/Linux/OSX)
I agree this thread may not be the best for detailed debugging. But one benefit of posting here (or rather, in a separate thread apart from this one) would be to get more attention and eyes on problems; if others can re-produce it could help resolve issues quicker.

From one thing to another;
I've seen you mention an auto update feature and pick up on the suggested "install history", that's splendid.

On a longer term perspective, how do you look upon features such as:

- automatic package dependency handling during install (and uninstall)?
Not sure I've noticed any particular dependency just yet, but maybe it could be good to separate common libraries, extra commands etc.?

- optional/custom destination (e.g. on install on external storage or mounted share)?
Perhaps too complicated to make it feasible? But people with no internal hdd would probably jump with joy.


My apologies if this has been debated previously in the thread, I've been zooming in and out of it.
Keep up the good work, Ger.

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04-04-2009, 12:07 AM
Post: #713
RE: [CSI] Community Software Installer 1.7.2 (Windows/Linux/OSX)
No issues starting it up here, takes about 7 seconds or so. But I did notice trying to install something (Weather I think), the PCH started powering up the HDD for FTP etc, but CSI timeout is way too short. (Seems to be 5s, needs to be 30s or there abouts). Let me if I can help with anything.
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04-04-2009, 09:21 AM (This post was last modified: 04-04-2009 09:22 AM by Ger Teunis.)
Post: #714
RE: [CSI] Community Software Installer 1.7.2 (Windows/Linux/OSX)
(04-03-2009 11:14 PM)dc11ab Wrote:  I agree this thread may not be the best for detailed debugging. But one benefit of posting here (or rather, in a separate thread apart from this one) would be to get more attention and eyes on problems; if others can re-produce it could help resolve issues quicker.
Problem reports is no problem, as long as they are unique.
I tend to take the iteration tests (new software version, test, new software version, test etc) offline. The restuls I always post back. Don't want to fill up the topic too much with the same reports and big stack traces.

(04-03-2009 11:14 PM)dc11ab Wrote:  From one thing to another;
I've seen you mention an auto update feature and pick up on the suggested "install history", that's splendid.
It's not that I do not like feedback or suggestions, but I try to prevent the repetitive test results. Those I try to do offline. The results I always post back online.


(04-03-2009 11:14 PM)dc11ab Wrote:  - automatic package dependency handling during install (and uninstall)?
Not sure I've noticed any particular dependency just yet, but maybe it could be good to separate common libraries, extra commands etc.?

- optional/custom destination (e.g. on install on external storage or mounted share)?
Perhaps too complicated to make it feasible? But people with no internal hdd would probably jump with joy.
All good ideas. It will be implemented, one step at a time. Everything is possible of course. Currently I am trying to get the install procedure more standard so uninstall will be possible and will make upgrading and lots of future features possible.

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04-04-2009, 12:12 PM
Post: #715
RE: [CSI] Community Software Installer 1.7.2 (Windows/Linux/OSX)
(04-04-2009 12:07 AM)lundman Wrote:  No issues starting it up here, takes about 7 seconds or so. But I did notice trying to install something (Weather I think), the PCH started powering up the HDD for FTP etc, but CSI timeout is way too short. (Seems to be 5s, needs to be 30s or there abouts). Let me if I can help with anything.

Thanks, I've created an issue for it. Will be fixed in the upcoming version.

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04-04-2009, 07:15 PM
Post: #716
RE: [CSI] Community Software Installer 1.7.2 (Windows/Linux/OSX)
(04-03-2009 04:45 PM)TomT Wrote:  pls. help

I Problem Install Community Software Installer 1.7.2 Error Message

Can't connect to repository server.
Make sure your internet connection is up.

I sure connection to internet go to web site

Same problem here.
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04-04-2009, 07:38 PM
Post: #717
RE: [CSI] Community Software Installer 1.7.2 (Windows/Linux/OSX)
(04-04-2009 07:15 PM)Damien Wrote:  Same problem here.

Are you able to download this file?
http://repository.nmtinstaller.com/RepositoryInfo.zip

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04-04-2009, 07:46 PM (This post was last modified: 04-04-2009 08:53 PM by Damien.)
Post: #718
RE: [CSI] Community Software Installer 1.7.2 (Windows/Linux/OSX)
(04-04-2009 07:38 PM)Ger Teunis Wrote:  Are you able to download this file?
http://repository.nmtinstaller.com/RepositoryInfo.zip

yes. no issues downloading that file.

the app did work once, but after closing it and reopening I get the above error.

I have the feeling it may be a pref file or similar, where are these files placed? If there are any that is.

EDIT: I also cannot install anything from a zip file using file>install from file. the app just gives no response to any action taken through that avenue.
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04-04-2009, 10:46 PM
Post: #719
RE: [CSI] Community Software Installer 1.7.2 (Windows/Linux/OSX)
(04-04-2009 07:46 PM)Damien Wrote:  I have the feeling it may be a pref file or similar, where are these files placed? If there are any that is.

EDIT: I also cannot install anything from a zip file using file>install from file. the app just gives no response to any action taken through that avenue.

Did you use Install or Portable?
Make sure you didn't start the application from an network drive, local drives only.

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04-05-2009, 12:41 AM (This post was last modified: 04-05-2009 12:43 AM by Damien.)
Post: #720
RE: [CSI] Community Software Installer 1.7.2 (Windows/Linux/OSX)
(04-04-2009 10:46 PM)Ger Teunis Wrote:  Did you use Install or Portable?
Make sure you didn't start the application from an network drive, local drives only.

nope, started from my Applications folder, install, Mac OS 10.5.6.

maybe this will help:

Code:
Parameter name: length;  at System.String.Substring (Int32 startIndex, Int32 length) [0x00000]  -   at com.nmtinstaller.csi.Utilities.Repository.DownloadRepositoryFiles (System.String repositoryName, System.String repositoryUrl) [0x00000]
04/04/2009 14:02:18;Error;Can't connect to Main repository server;Cannot be negative.
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