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#1 pscEx

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Posted 06 May 2008 - 08:04 PM

At a different place inside a post there was the line

I have managed to download XP SP3 and slipstreamed it with nLite.


IMHO: The source CDs used to build a WinBuilder project, should ALWAYS be 'M$ Original'.

And I do not know what nLite surpresses as 'obsolete' or 'not needed' or what tweaks it adds.

Therefore, in my opinion, you should everytime use 'Bill's original way'

It is different for different OSs, but always same logic:

You can use a batch file like I do:

V:
cd V:\BCD\cds
REM sp1_de.exe /integrate:V:\BCD\cds\XPP_DE_SP1
REM SP3-ENG.exe /s:V:\BCD\cds\XPP_EN_SP3
REM W2003_SP2_ENG.exe /s:V:\BCD\cds\W2003_SP2_ENG
SP3-DEU.exe /s:V:\BCD\cds\XPP_DE_SP3

V:\BCD\cds is the folder on my system where the different sources are stored. You have to adjust to your real world.

As you see, different SPs have different cmd lines to slipstream. Currently they use /integrate or /s

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Posted 06 May 2008 - 08:19 PM

Hi Peter :lol: ,

I have eagerly been awaiting a tutorial from you & bang on cue you deliver. Excellant, just what is needed this slipstreaming question has been asked elsewhere on Boot-Land & needs addressing!

:thumbup: :thumbup: :) :) :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :) :) :)

Nice one Kiddo!!!

Regards,

ispy :) :)

PS As Amulux previously stated let me be the first to congratulate you! I was going to post another tutorial but now I will hang fire let your posting "Rock n Roll"

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Posted 06 May 2008 - 08:25 PM

Nice one Kiddo!!!

Thanks, Ispy!

Can you translate the Welsh(?) 'Kiddo' into German or at least into Oxford English? :thumbup:

Peter :lol:

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Posted 06 May 2008 - 08:35 PM

Hi Peter :thumbup: ,

Can you translate the Welsh(?) 'Kiddo' into German or at least into Oxford English?

This time nope! I will leave it to your imagination, needless to say it is an indearment! :lol:

Regards,

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Posted 06 May 2008 - 08:41 PM

Hi Peter :lol: ,


This time nope! I will leave it to your imagination, needless to say it is an indearment! :thumbup:

Regards,

ispy :thumbup:


No chance for me to increase my English knowledge by one word :thumbup:

BTW: Indearment has not been translated by worldlingo.com :thumbup:

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Posted 06 May 2008 - 08:50 PM

IMHO: The source CDs used to build a WinBuilder project, should ALWAYS be 'M$ Original'.

And I do not know what nLite surpresses as 'obsolete' or 'not needed' or what tweaks it adds.

Peter



In my experience, nLite works correctly: it suppress (remove) only what you specify!

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Posted 07 May 2008 - 06:05 AM



Kiddo!!!
http://encarta.msn.c...7593/kiddo.html

kid·do [ kíddō ] (plural kid·dos or kid·does)


noun

Definition:

1. term of address: used as a term of address, especially to a young person ( informal )


2. young person: a child, young person, or friend ( slang )


Its like saying to you're colleague that he has done a fine job at something. It has informal meaning. Sorta like when you see youre son hit a home run after trying all day and you say great job Kiddo or just saying Great job.


http://encarta.msn.c...Endearment.html

Endearment

en·dear·ment [ in drmənt, en drmənt ] (plural en·dear·ments)


noun

Definition:

1. expression of affection: an expression of affection, especially a spoken one
murmuring endearments


2. act of being endeared: the showing of affection
terms of endearment

Self explanatory.




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