> maybe someone has bacula 1.36.2 or 1.36.3 msi package? It would be very
nice to have it. Maybe someone is already builded such packages. I need
> for easier user maintance.
What do you mean easier? Do you want to deploy bacula-fd via Active
Directory? In that case you can create a .zap file to wrap your installer.
You lose lots of things this way - repairing etc. - but you can reinstall
if the files become corrupted eg.
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>>maybe someone has bacula 1.36.2 or 1.36.3 msi package? It would be very
>>nice to have it. Maybe someone is already builded such packages. I need
>>it for easier user maintance.
> What do you mean easier? Do you want to deploy bacula-fd via Active
> Directory? ...
The Bacula Installer should also have a few options that can be used to
automate its installation:
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The installer will accept the following command line options:
* /S (case sensitive): make the installer silent (no prompts,
installs to default location which is 'c:\bacula')
* /service: forces the installer to also install the Bacula Client
service (useful in silent mode, also works in 'normal' mode though)
* /cygwin: forces the installation directory to 'c:\cygwin\bacula'
(useful in silent mode, also works in 'normal' mode though)
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Those were working in the first installer I created, it has subsequently
been modified a lot so I'm not sure whether they're still inside but if
you take the time to browse the CVS repository, you'll be able to find
the source NSI files (for NSIS, the Nullsoft Scriptable Install System)
which you can adapt to your own situation and/or analyze to see what the
installer does to create your own.
i will try to explain more clearly.
I need msi package from winbacula 1.36.2 or 1.36.3 installation for Active Directory deploying. So i asked maybe someone has already did it and can send me msi package? Or maybe someone can create msi package, because i don't have such skills and time :(