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Re: Re: Can't install on Standalone W2K

From: Jason Filz <jfilz_at_email.com>
Date: Wed, 27 Aug 2008 01:42:02 -0600

 Thanks Johan,

That force it to reveal that it needed a file that was introduced in
WINDOWS XP/2003 file called GDIPLUS.DLL that need to be put into
system32..... - was never needed/installed on my system there. (Office
2003 needs it - but installed else where.)

Since my version dates back to 1999 when I got it orginally(actually MS
gave me it) - and since varous re-installs/update - now only exists as
installed on a virtual machine - only so I can run software that ONLY has
a MS Windows version. It is the only legit way - as I don't want to pay
for something I really don't use much. Don't get me wrong I have newer
versions - but they are installed on other PCs and doing other tasks.

Again thanks,

PS - If Stefan Küng could please note this issue & solution for future
reference... thanks.

  ----- Original Message -----
  From: "Johan Appelgren"
  To: users_at_tortoisesvn.tigris.org
  Subject: Re: Can't install on Standalone W2K
  Date: Tue, 26 Aug 2008 14:24:06 +0200

  On Tue, Aug 26, 2008 at 10:01 AM, Jason Filz wrote:
> So no help?
> I guess tortoisesvn can't be installed on Windows 2000 Pro.
> Everyone raves about this software - but no one seems to know how
  to install
> it on a W2K Pro Stand-alone system - not on a domain -
> account - Windows installer enabled - Never has Norton installed -
> Stopped/started the installer services - ran the MSI clean up tool
  - looked
> in and set entires in gpedit.msc and secpol.msc - UAC was tried
  enabled and
> disabled.
> Does ANY one out there have a version that actually works on this
> Or even better yet has a compiled version that does not need
> Pointing to Google and saying the solution is there...Is NOT
  helpfull. I
> have look at over 50 pages an tried all solutions listed before I
> asking the first time. Having now looked at over 200 differnt post
> This software is no darn good other wise.
> Better yet - when is some one going to compile a mac/unix/linux

  A long shot, but maybe running the installer with logging will give
  some clues. To do that execute the following from the Run dialog
  (Start -> Run...).

  msiexec /i path/to/TortoiseSVN- /lv*

  Change path/to to wherever you've downloaded the TortoiseSVN
  installer to.


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Received on 2008-08-27 09:42:15 CEST

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