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I recently had a similar problem trying to install Debian and also Ubuntu from a (Lexar 128GB) flash drive. I checked the image integrity and it was fine but every time I'd try to install it would tell me that the image was faulty and quit. I eventually loaded (the same) image onto a DVD and used an optical drive and it worked fine. Not sure if this is a ...


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I will say something ovious, but the installer seems to be lacking a file. Error code 256 is no more mirrors to try. So anaconda is trying to get the file on all it's options. Maybe the kickstart file mentioned a file that is not or should not be there, maybe the package is missing. You can take a look on if the supposed to be missing file is there on the ...


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By default, Docker will save each your build step. So, whenever you re-build your image, Docker will check the its cache and use the cache if you do same thing in the same state. As @jordanm said, yum and apt-get also will check the app already installed or not. So, if you do yum install nginx twice, it will not re-install the nginx (as long as you don't ...


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I ran into this error this week and was able to get past it without having to reinstall the OS, which is apparently a feat. I found this message in the Detail.txt log file: 2015-07-23 15:48:39 Slp: Sco: Attempting to install MOF file 2015-07-23 15:48:39 Slp: Running: C:\Windows\system32\WBEM\mofcomp.exe "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SQL ...


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we can install java with brew cask. brew install caskroom/cask/brew-cask brew casek install java


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Ok, finally figured out what was wrong! Thanks to Chopper3 for pointing me in the right direction. The problem is that the firmware was too old for the Windows Server 2012R2 B110i driver. I had to upgrade the firmware using Smart Update Firmware DVD Proliant Support Pack v10.10 first, then I was able to run SPP to get the latest version. After all that, ...


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Try mounting the CD #1 and the add the roll.


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It feels like you've jumped a few steps that 'ought' to work, but are missing somethnig somewhere. How are you sure the .MSI is consuming the .XML? Personally I'd experiment with the PoSH commands for adding the package and publishing - at least they'll report errors. The root cause here is: that UserScripts cannot be used via the ...


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You need a newer version of your Oracle Linux... likely 6.6. The HP ProLiant DL380 Gen9 is much more recent than your operating system, so the storage drivers don't exist in your ancient Oracle Linux 6.4 installer.


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To complement Katherine's answer... Some executable installers are just wrappers for Microsoft installer files (MSI). I've been pleasantly surprised in the past when I've used 7-zip to extract the contents of an exectuable to find an MSI. Most of the time this is enough to get an application installed. iTunes is an example of this, though it's more ...


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Most Windows installers were created with packagers that do have undocumented command line switches; you just need to trial and error them. I usually use this page to get a list of common switches. For example, you have an installer for the program "Example" and the installer is "Example_install.exe." The vendor doesn't provide any command line switches ...


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You need to create your own installer packages if the existing ones don't meet your needs. There are many products out there to help one doing this. I will not turn this into an elaborate answer but encourage you to google "Windows Installer Package Manager". Here is a short list of products, and here is a specific one describing how to use it to turn an ...


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I am familiar with this problem - When a standard user logs in and then goes to use their software I installed under admin account... it will try to ACTIVATE AGAIN... Instead of install under the domain admin account, what I have done to dodge this problem is Gather the required person and commit them to finishing the software installation task with ...


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You can download the .exe from Get Into PC this avoids the much larger install of the ADK.


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From the command prompt, you can use the following wmic command to get a full list of the installed updates in html format: wmic qfe list full /format:htable > hotfixes.html If you prefer the csv format, use the /format:csv modifier instead: wmic qfe list full /format:csv > hotfixes.csv


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When booting on the Ubuntu Installation device (CD or USB disk), the syslinux bootloader asks first for a language, before displaying the boot menu (that would eventually run a preseed file). In order to select automatically a language, you should Set the chosen language in the syslinux/langlist file by removing the other languages. Set a non-null timeout ...



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