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gdijim

Hey there - Scoured the boards awhile for this with no luck - Does anyone know if there are command line switches to do a silent install of AutoIT? I need to incorporate it into a program I'm working on.

Thanks!

Jim

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Tripredacus

SciTE4AutoIt3.exe for example, uses Nullsoft SIS Installer.

Silent switch is /s

additional switches:

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

/NCRC skip crc check

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gdijim

SciTE4AutoIt3.exe for example, uses Nullsoft SIS Installer.

Silent switch is /s

additional switches:

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

/NCRC skip crc check

You sir are a badass - Thanks!

Jim

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gdijim

Okay - I'm trying C:\SciTE4AutoIt3.exe /s but it's not doing a silent install. Is there a set of requirements other than the /s? can you tell me how to pull the list of switches? SciTE4AutoIt3.exe /? just executes the program :/

Thanks!

Jim

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gdijim

NM - I learned to read between that last post -

Checking out the installer. Thanks!

Jim

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Jos

Okay - I'm trying C:\SciTE4AutoIt3.exe /s but it's not doing a silent install. Is there a set of requirements other than the /s? can you tell me how to pull the list of switches? SciTE4AutoIt3.exe /? just executes the program :/

Thanks!

Jim

Its /S not /s

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gdijim

Woooooot!!!! Thanks man - That was what I needed! :) It works!

Thanks!

Jim

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Tripredacus

I used an app called USSF.exe that works with PEiD.exe. Search for it on MSFN, that is where I got it from.

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tAKTelapis

Mildly off topic, but am i to assume skipping the CRC check will cause the installer not to verify?

.. is this something you had to enable? or is it a default value with NSIS ?

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The Kandie Man

Mildly off topic, but am i to assume skipping the CRC check will cause the installer not to verify?

.. is this something you had to enable? or is it a default value with NSIS ?

Don't quote me on this, but I am 97.5% sure that it does a CRC check by default.

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Don't quote me on this, but I am 97.5% sure that it does a CRC check by default.

- The Kandie Man ;-)

Yes it does check with CRC by default. Using /NCRC on a corrupt installer just releases the corrupt files inside so is a poor option to use.

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Tripredacus

Mildly off topic, but am i to assume skipping the CRC check will cause the installer not to verify?

.. is this something you had to enable? or is it a default value with NSIS ?

Sorry I just posted all the cmdline switches that the app said existed for the installer.

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