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The File-Checker (HFSLIPFC) for HFSLIP

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Maybe you could add a component-selection in the INI for MS-XML also, so that we e.g. don't get prompted for the mising MS-XML4 update, when using only default XP XP3 included MS-XML(v3+v6).
OK, todo-list :)
Somethings are listed twice in the output.
Yes, the file-set contains by default two file with update-information: hfslipfc.cmd (with the information from my list) and hfslipfc.ini (with your personal modifications. Two solutions: Define the fileset only with "hfslipfc.cmd" or remove the empy update-tables from the ini.
There's a line stating that i don't have rootsupd.exe in HF, but i have disabled reporting of optional updates.
Yes! It's correct now. Thx.
Thanks again for your great work on list and tool! :)
And I have to thank to the members here for reporting bugs and giving many new ideas!!! :thumbup Edited by Mim0
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Can you put a wildcard before each of the checked filenames? I segregate XP's ie hotfixes with "IE6-" and optional hotfixes with "opt-" so I can do various test scenerios. Thanks!

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Can you put a wildcard before each of the checked filenames? I segregate XP's ie hotfixes with "IE6-" and optional hotfixes with "opt-" so I can do various test scenerios. Thanks!
2010-01-07

- Added: IE6-Prefix-handling (for users who mark the IE6-updates with a "IE6-"-prefix)

:)

But still fix "IE6-" only for IE6-Updates. Not very flexible. :(

You gave me a hint how to handle it with wildcards but I didn't got it. I'll look at your info again... probably I contact you.

by the way:[qoute]2010-01-16

- Removed: Message "HF\rootsupd.exe does not exist."

- Added: flexible dependency-checks. At this moment:

optional KB973687 can replace KB955069 (MS08-069)

optional KB973687 can replace KB954459 (MS08-069)

optional KB973685 can replace KB954430 (MS08-069)

advisory KB968389 can replace KB960225 (MS09-007)

optional KB971737 can replace KB960803 (MS09-013)

With this extension MS08-069 and MS09-007 as currently

active updates - they will now listed as "replaced"

dynamically.

- Fixed: Moving of unknown updates doesn't worked

[/qoute]

good n8 :D

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2010-01-14

- Fixed: Speeding up the process dramatically (now just a few seconds)

indeed running the script this time is faster :D ... few minor observations though ...

after the run there's this file which is left parallel to the other HFSLIP dirs --- "1" (an unassociated file but may be opened by notepad) ... this file is basically similar in contents with move.txt in \HFSLIP\HFSLIPFC.MOV\ except file "1" has header like:

-----------------------------------------------------------
Running HFSLIPFC Build 2010/01/16 at Sat 01/16/2010 10:10:40.89
-----------------------------------------------------------

while the former doesn't

just thinking, could the log be something exactly like the one in the cmd window from start:

------------------------------------------
File-Checker (Build 2010/01/16) for HFSLIP
See following site for further details:
people.freenet.de/MisterMoster/hfslip.htm
------------------------------------------

to end:

Finished
Press any key to continue . . .

though i know we can easily mark all, copy & paste from the dos box ... ;) & appended w/ the findings (result of moving files)

there's 1 file which probably wasn't resolved accordingly by hfslipfc as it resulted to this:

Checking existing updates for wrong, obsolete or unknown:
---------------------------------------------------------
unknown: HFSVCPACK_SW1\XPSEP XP and Server 2003 32 bit.msi
The syntax of the command is incorrect.

incidentally, this file was not moved to \HFSLIP\HFSLIPFC.MOV\ even if it was marked as unknown

this next portion you can forego ... it's merely a thought ... hehehe!

tried to run the script the 2nd time (with \HFSLIP\HFSLIPFC.MOV\ & in it move.txt), as expected no file must be moved anymore (since this was addressed during the 1st run) but contents of move.txt remained unchanged ... i was thinking somehow along the notion that a new move.txt would be produced or that current move.txt would be overwritten by a newer 1 (presumably a move.txt that doesn't contain anything any longer (or is empty since no further processing (moving of files) was needed).

lastly, hfslip image doesn't load in

Mimo's Windows XP Service Pack 3 update-list

for TommyP's fabulous <image here>

thanks & cheers!

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2010-01-14

- Fixed: Speeding up the process dramatically (now just a few seconds)

indeed running the script this time is faster

On my P4@2800 it's down from about 2.5 mins. to about 15secs
after the run there's this file which is left parallel to the other HFSLIP dirs --- "1" (an unassociated file but may be opened by notepad) ... this file is basically similar in contents with move.txt in \HFSLIP\HFSLIPFC.MOV\ except file "1" has header like:
-----------------------------------------------------------
Running HFSLIPFC Build 2010/01/16 at Sat 01/16/2010 10:10:40.89
-----------------------------------------------------------

while the former doesn't

I'll check it
just thinking, could the log be something exactly like the one in the cmd window from start:
------------------------------------------
File-Checker (Build 2010/01/16) for HFSLIP
See following site for further details:
people.freenet.de/MisterMoster/hfslip.htm
------------------------------------------

to end:

Finished
Press any key to continue . . .

though i know we can easily mark all, copy & paste from the dos box ... & appended w/ the findings (result of moving files)

The current log is made with some ECHOs. If I want to echo all to a log I had to echo everything twice. But probably there is a solution to decide - logging OR console-output.
there's 1 file which probably wasn't resolved accordingly by hfslipfc as it resulted to this:
Checking existing updates for wrong, obsolete or unknown:
---------------------------------------------------------
unknown: HFSVCPACK_SW1\XPSEP XP and Server 2003 32 bit.msi
The syntax of the command is incorrect.

incidentally, this file was not moved to \HFSLIP\HFSLIPFC.MOV\ even if it was marked as unknown

uuuhhh... spaces in filenames! Yes, i fix it! :D
this next portion you can forego ... it's merely a thought ... hehehe!

tried to run the script the 2nd time (with \HFSLIP\HFSLIPFC.MOV\ & in it move.txt), as expected no file must be moved anymore (since this was addressed during the 1st run) but contents of move.txt remained unchanged ... i was thinking somehow along the notion that a new move.txt would be produced or that current move.txt would be overwritten by a newer 1 (presumably a move.txt that doesn't contain anything any longer (or is empty since no further processing (moving of files) was needed).

the move.log is just a hint where the files come from and what these are. The move.log will aleays be extended. Do you think it's too less information for the move.log? :)

lastly, hfslip image doesn't load in

Mimo's Windows XP Service Pack 3 update-list

for TommyP's fabulous <image here>

magic.. I see the image...

CU...

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I'll check it
great ... the unassociated file name is "1" :)
The current log is made with some ECHOs. If I want to echo all to a log I had to echo everything twice. But probably there is a solution to decide - logging OR console-output.
can i say yes to this? ;)
uuuhhh... spaces in filenames! Yes, i fix it! :D
thanks!
the move.log is just a hint where the files come from and what these are. The move.log will aleays be extended. Do you think it's too less information for the move.log? :)
can i say yes to this too? ;)
magic.. I see the image...
hmm ... wouldn't have found out 'twas firefox's plugin: adblock plus filter rule: block image ... it's automatically added to the filter everytime it loads the page & restricts the image from loading ... for ie though image can be seen

cheer!

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@Martin

Thx, probably I have to clean the cache?

just thinking, could the log be something exactly like the one in the cmd window from start:
------------------------------------------
File-Checker (Build 2010/01/16) for HFSLIP
See following site for further details:
people.freenet.de/MisterMoster/hfslip.htm
------------------------------------------

to end:

Finished
Press any key to continue . . .

so far the following is still working

hfslipfc nopause >mylog.txt

:)

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just thinking, could the log be something exactly like the one in the cmd window from start:
------------------------------------------
File-Checker (Build 2010/01/16) for HFSLIP
See following site for further details:
people.freenet.de/MisterMoster/hfslip.htm
------------------------------------------

to end:

Finished
Press any key to continue . . .

so far the following is still working

hfslipfc nopause >mylog.txt

:)

hi Mim0! where do i exactly copy & paste this?

i thought the reason for including these:

LOG=1

LOGFILE=

should cover for it?

btw, i'd like to apologize for this earlier post:

after the run there's this file which is left parallel to the other HFSLIP dirs --- "1" (an unassociated file but may be opened by notepad) ... this file is basically similar in contents with move.txt in \HFSLIP\HFSLIPFC.MOV\ except file "1" has header like:
-----------------------------------------------------------
Running HFSLIPFC Build 2010/01/16 at Sat 01/16/2010 10:10:40.89
-----------------------------------------------------------

while the former doesn't

I'll check it
great ... the unassociated file name is "1" :)
this is totally my bad ... i accidentally put 1 as value for LOGFILE= thinking it was similar to answering YES to it ... shame on me ... :ph34r: this "1" file is actually what's supposed to be hfslipfc.log
lastly, hfslip image doesn't load in

Mimo's Windows XP Service Pack 3 update-list

for TommyP's fabulous <image here>

magic.. I see the image...
hmm ... wouldn't have found out 'twas firefox's plugin: adblock plus filter rule: block image ... it's automatically added to the filter everytime it loads the page & restricts the image from loading ... for ie though image can be seen
removed adblock plus ... still image doesn't load ... my ff 3.5.7 is set to clear all upon exit ...

cheers!

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just thinking, could the log be something exactly like the one in the cmd window from start:
With the ini-setting you get a logfile wich contains the necessary information but doesn't looks like the console output. With "hfslipfc nopause >mylog.txt" you get a logfile which you want :)
btw, i'd like to apologize for this earlier post:
after the run there's this file which is left parallel to the other HFSLIP dirs --- "1" (an unassociated file but may be opened by notepad) ... this file is basically similar in contents with move.txt in \HFSLIP\HFSLIPFC.MOV\ except file "1" has header like:
-----------------------------------------------------------
Running HFSLIPFC Build 2010/01/16 at Sat 01/16/2010 10:10:40.89
-----------------------------------------------------------

while the former doesn't

I'll check it
great ... the unassociated file name is "1" :)
this is totally my bad ... i accidentally put 1 as value for LOGFILE= thinking it was similar to answering YES to it ... shame on me ... :ph34r: this "1" file is actually what's supposed to be hfslipfc.log ... cheers!

THX for the info. I think I would never found this error ;) Now I fix it with the spaces in the filename...
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missing (O): HF\WindowsXP-KB914440-v12-x86-PLK.exe (Network Diagnostic Tool)

This update is already included in SP3.

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missing (O): HF\WindowsXP-KB914440-v12-x86-PLK.exe (Network Diagnostic Tool)

This update is already included in SP3.

Yes, you're right (list of updates included in SP3) THX!!!

2010-01-18

- Removed: KB914440 (Network Diagnostic Tool is included in Windows XP SP3)

- Added: KB969395

- Added: When KB975254 is found give a hint to use at least 1.7.10 beta D

- Fixed: Added quotes because files with spaces in filenames are not moved.

- Fixed: KB954430 was still obsolete (replaced by KB973685) instead of

defining that KB973685 CAN replace KB954430.

- Added: New option in INI for installing MSXML4 (MSXML4=0/1).

New in INI:

-------------------------------------------------

! Installing MSXML4.

!

! Possible values:

! 0 - Don't install MSXML4 (default)

! 1 - Install MSXML4

-------------------------------------------------

MSXML4=

Regards, Mimo

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I've found another updates which are identified as unknown:

unknown: HF\WindowsXP-KB954708-x86-PLK.exe
unknown: HF\WindowsXP-KB958469-x86-PLK.exe

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unknown: HF\WindowsXP-KB954708-x86-PLK.exe

Yes, I think I have to add this! :)
unknown: HF\WindowsXP-KB958469-x86-PLK.exe

Hmm... is this really missing? In the Bulletin Article says it's for RDP 5.2 but SP3 includes RDP 6.1. Is 5.2 also in a system with SP3? I will check it.

Tank you!!!

Mimo

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hi Mim0! it'd seem the following didn't make it in your current update list & hfslifc:

you might want to check on Article ID: 974905 - Last Review: January 13, 2010 - Revision: 2.0 :) another FIX for wmp came across it here, courtesy of rick
would this make it in your update list & in hfslipfc:
The MDAC update kb952287 is superseded by kb961451 ...
? i have WindowsXP-KB961451-v2-x86-ENU.exe from Article ID: 961451 - Last Review: August 25, 2009 - Revision: 2.0
cheers!
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