[BUG] Command-Line autoinstall not working
19 January, 2023 at 8:31 pm #5731
I would like to integrate SDIO into my windows automation setup.
I’m using SetupComplete.cmd after windows is installed unattended to install the drivers using SDIO.
As of today, I started the application by calling the SDIO_auto.bat and further selected all drivers not installed and pressed install.
Then I thought about doing it automatically and found the -autoinstall option.
In combination with the -autoclose option it is what I’m searching for.
1. Start the application
2. Install missing drivers
3. Close the appliation
I tried it with the following command: “START /wait /b cmd /c SDIO_auto.bat -autoinstall -autoclose”
I also tried to do it manually in a CMD by calling “SDIO_x64_R749.exe -autoinstall -autoclose”
The latter produced the following output: https://pastebin.com/LL8RYdiz
I could read out of the log file that no driver could be found in the index. So I also tried this: “SDIO_x64_R749.exe -reindex -autoinstall -autoclose”
The result is here: https://pastebin.com/mM2eqdcH
So I cannot figure out, what I’m doing wrong.
May I ask you to help me?
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20 January, 2023 at 6:36 am #5734GlennKeymaster
do you have any drivers downloaded yet? the logs indicate a failure to download the update torrent. when you run SDIO normally it should attempt to check for updates. make sure this is working.
20 January, 2023 at 7:00 am #5735
No, I would like to provide a fresh SDIO without Index or Drivers offline.
Yes, in manual mode, it downloads from the torrents as expected.
20 January, 2023 at 9:36 pm #5736GlennKeymaster
I don’t know that I’ve ever used that command line stuff. Have you looked into the scripting yet? Check the manual for details.
In any case, you’ll need at least indexes available before you get any meaningful results.
20 January, 2023 at 9:56 pm #5738
I tried it with index available.
The result is, that it tries to install but only uses local files.
Required files are not downloaded using torrent.
Even with “-autoupdate -autoinstall -autoclose” it is not working
I think the command-line is broken. Can you fix this?
20 January, 2023 at 10:09 pm #5739
I found a script online that works.
Thanks for your effort!
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