Bug report #19650
|Affected QGIS version:||3.2||Regression?:||Yes|
|Operating System:||Windows 10 64 bits||Easy fix?:||No|
|Pull Request or Patch supplied:||No||Resolution:||not reproducable|
|Crashes QGIS or corrupts data:||No||Copied to github as #:||27476|
Since v3.xx, silent install does not work anymore.
When I execute setup.exe /S (with administrator rights), I can see a process setup.exe (32 bits) in the task manager but using 0% of processor.
Nothing happens untill I kill the process (or restart the computer).
It was working fine with v2.18.15 and below.
I'm using Windows 10 64 bits and I tested with many v3 64 bit installation packages.
Thank you for your help.
#5 Updated by Jeff L about 1 year ago
Well, problem is still not solved for me, I tried with v3.4.0 and this morning with 3.4.1.
It looks like it's all right in a DOS window, but not in PDQ Deploy (some kind of a SCCM).
Files are created in C:\Program Files\QGIS 3.4\ (total of 1.7 GB) but shortcuts are not created on desktop.
Installer is still running in background ("setup (32 bits)") using 0% of processor (Note: I renamed executable "setup.exe" for convenience)
I can see "QGIS 3.4.1 'Madeira'" in Windows Programs and features list.
Any help would be appreciated, as it's really annoying :(
#7 Updated by Jonathan McCardell 11 months ago
Jeff L wrote:
Still not solved in v3.4.2.
It looks like I'm not the only one :
And still no answer :'(
If PDQ allows powershell, you can use
cmd /c setup.exe /S To perform a silent unattended installation
Uninstall can use the same
cmd /c uninstall.exe /S to call the baked in uninstall that gets placed into the Program Files directory for QGIS
Hope this helps.
Thank you for your answer !
I just found the solution a few days ago :)
Install step must be run as "Interactive session".
(From PDQ online help : "_Deploy User (Interactive) : Executes deployments that include both silent and interactive steps. This setting is the same as Deploy User with one important exception—the Windows process running the deployment is run in an interactive session.
This setting is most appropriately used for individual deployments that require user input, but the overall process still requires Administrator rights that logged on users may not have. Because these types of deployments are more specialized and because running the deployment in interactive mode requires more processing resources, it is recommended that you apply this setting only as needed at the Step level._")
Something must have changed between v2 and v3 installer, but no matter now, it's finally working :)