I'm currently working on support for USP5.1 in HFSLIP. The problem I'm experiencing is that not all binaries seem to be slipstreamed into the source. I noticed this after Windows setup complained about 12 missing files.
After a file-by-file comparison between the original source, the slipstreamed source and the folder in which USP5.1 was extracted, I saw that 413 new files were missing in the slipstreamed source. That was with the December release.
I downloaded the newest version and tried it again, but the updated source was missing 414 files (ie, it got worse).
This is the relevant code I use to extract the service pack:
MD SPEX\i386 FOR /F %%I IN ('DIR/B HF\w2ksp5*.exe') DO START/WAIT HF\%%I /Q /X:SPEX\
That works. All files are in SPEX\i386. But then I do this to slipstream it into the source:
START/WAIT SPEX\i386\update\update.exe -u -n -o -q -s:"%~dp0SOURCE\"
After the slipstream is complete, not all new binaries are in the slipstreamed source (eg, faxdrv.dl_).
I read the FAQ and saw that you only list the /integrate method as a way to embed it into a Win2K source but that gets me the same result. I also tried to slipstream it outside of HFSLIP (standalone batch file) with equal results.
What could be wrong?
System: Win2K SP4 English; logged on as Administrator.
Edited by Tomcat76, 27 May 2006 - 12:56 PM.