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Re: Installing on W2K SP2

From: Mark Clements <nntp_at_kennel17.co.uk>
Date: 2006-07-08 22:53:46 CEST

"Sven Brueggemann" <SBrueggemann@gmx.net> wrote in
message news:7Qif0cHM1gB0PdBwGgnH5kexw2OewHHhtNtuLXSGT8J@akmail...
> Mark Clements wrote:
> > "Jody Shumaker" <jody.shumaker@gmail.com>
wrote
> >
news:2af436490607081047x2f3cee65l921ae7228b6bf688-JsoAwUIsXouq+1Nelnf3ueG/Ez
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> >> > I am not prepared to upgrade to SP3 for this, so is there any way
> >> > of installing Tortoise on my system?
> >> What do you have against Windows 2000 sp3? it's over 4 years old.
> > Nothing, but I can't risk the possibility of the upgrade going
> > wrong
>
> Don't you make backups? Presuming your hardware is also over
> four years old...
>
> Good luck
>
> Sven

Of course :) However I can't afford the downtime. If there is no way of
running Tortoise, I will use RapidSVN instead. It just seems a shame if it
is let down by the installer rather than any actual program requirements. :(

I'll wait a bit and see if anyone else has anything to add though...

--
 Mark Clements (HappyDog)
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