Step 3: Review the contents of the log file immediately above the "return value 3" string to determine which custom action or standard action failed. MSI (c) (D8: F8) [:685]: Attempting to enable all disabled privileges before calling Install on Server MSI (c) (D8: F8) [:685]: Connected to service for CA interface.
Syntax Error: ("'return' outside function", ('/usr/local/Plone/buildout-cache/eggs/tmpz TKr EI/Products. Example: cat bin/instance | grep eggs | sed -r 's#.*eggs/(.*)-py2.[0-9].*#\1#g' | sed -r 's#-# = #g' | sed -r 's#_#-#g' | grep -E ' = [0-9\.]' | xargs -0 echo -e "[versions]\n" | sed -r 's#^\s+##g' Getting distribution for 'distribute'.
ATExtensions-1.1a3-py2.6.egg/Products/ATExtensions/skins/at_extensions/get Display View.py', 11, None, 'return value\n')) and which files are Restricted Python and tries to interpret them all using standard Python syntax rules. However, setuptools only tries to scan files (in order to see if they are zip-safe) but still installs them correctly.
Some good-py configurations take a Plone version as a paremeter. Scanning installed packages Setuptools installation detected at /home/moo/py24/lib/python2.4/site-packages Non-egg installation Removing elements out of the way... /home/moo/py24/lib/python2.4/site-packages/setuptools-0.6c11-py2.4.egg-info already patched. warning: no files found matching 'sampletests' under directory 'src' Got zope.testing 3.9.7.
Below is the Microsoft KB that describes the Windows Installer Clean Up Utility and provides a link to download it. When we encounter a failed setup with return code 1603, here are the steps that we should follow: Re-run the setup with verbose logging enabled using steps similar to those that are listed here. It's called the Mc Afee Consumer Products Removal Tool and I give their site link right here to make it easier than the Dumb as a Rock process I completed.
Step 1: Generate a verbose log file named msi*in the %temp% directory the next time the setup package is executed. MSI (c) (D) [:794]: Doing action: Fatal_Error Action : Fatal_Error. Did I mention that it took 2 days to find this simple fix?
Step 2: Open the verbose log in a text editor such as notepad and search for the string "return value 3". Thanks, Brellie Brellie for letting me practice with you and make sure everything worked! id=TS101331 Hi All, I got the 1603 error on a client PC (Win8.1) while deploying "SEP 12.1.2015.2015 - English", through a remote push on SEP Manager.
In nearly all cases, this will take us to the section in the verbose log that lists the action that failed that initially caused setup to rollback. DEBUG: Error 2896: Executing action Wise Next Dlg failed. Tryed some of the above suggestion that seemed to apply to my case but none solved my problem.
This error message is displayed by the Microsoft Windows Installer engine and is a general error code that indicates a problem occurred during the installation. Just had one of these today when trying to install Adobe Reader on a client. [/quote] I hope you can help me, because I really like using svs on my home-pc.
Turns out his existing version was virtualized using SVS. Greetz Falk Microsoft have withdrawn the Windows Installer Clean Up Utility and replaced it with a utility that usually fails to fix the problem.
The install completed successfully once his Reader layer was deactivated. The old utility can be downloaded here: Download/Windows-Inst...
I ran into a few of these while working on software packaging, the biggest headache is when a failed install doesn't clean itself up, as you pointed out in step #5 to use the Windows Installer Clean Up Utility. As discussed, The 1603 error code is mostly returned when any action fails during an installation, and most commonly it indicates that one of the custom actions in the MSI failed. But nooooo..turns out you also have to go and get their special uninstall the rest of it tool!