- You can use my HFSLIP archive for slipstreaming. It's available in the download Archive on my website in Windows2000\HFSLIP. The archive hasn't been updated for a while so there are several updates missing and it uses an older release of UURollup-v11. Still, it's probably the easiest way to slipstream both official and unofficial updates. The daily releases of UURollup-v11 are availably only as 7z archives so you can't slipstream them. You'd have to pack them to SFXCAB. The reason why I offer them only in 7z format is that 7z is much better compressible than (SFX)CAB and this way I can safe some disk space. Anyhow, you could just manually install the newest UURollup daily after the system has been installed.
- I'd suggest slipstreaming updates using HFSLIP, testing the installation, and only after that try to use nLite for optimisation. This way you can be sure that everything works correctly after using HFSLIP.
- You can use these true addons instead of the T-13 ones as true addons are integrated directly into the source:
.NET 1.1: http://www.ryanvm.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=6717
.NET 2.0: http://www.ryanvm.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=8315
The newer .NET Frameworks are integrated in my merged .NET installer but it can't be slipstreamed (only manual installation is possible).
- Alternatively you can use this OnePiece update pack:
which covers almost all available official updates. After that you could install UR2 and UURollup manually in order to have an almost fully updated system.
- I don't really use RunOnce. If possible I prefer to integrate everything directly into the source.
By the way, I'm still struggling to finish and finally upload the new version of my website. I've been spending all my free time on it but unfortunately it takes time to sort and tidy everything up (the current code was very dirty and disorganised), unpredicted problems and issues occur, etc. My current plan is to do as much as I can in order to upload it this weekend, even if it's not 100% polished. I've already spend too much time on it and want to upload a working version as soon as possible. Smaller fixes can be added later.
Edited by tomasz86, 10 October 2013 - 06:06 AM.