Windows 10: UUP to ISO - Create Bootable ISO from Windows 10 Build Upgrade Files  

  1.    03 Mar 2018 #1110

    UUP Dump uses php.exe which require VC++ redist 2017 x86 installed
    either that or just copy vcruntime140.dll file and place it next to php.exe
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  2.    03 Mar 2018 #1111

    thanks Kari and Bilal66
    just found it weird that it would work on my 17046 build but not on the lasest fast and skippy builds.
    did do the vc++ package and rebooted didnt seem to help...i was just curious
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  3.    04 Mar 2018 #1112

    Kari said: View Post
    I assume you are talking about UUP Dump Miniserver?

    If so, I have only added the video about it to this tutorial to assist our members in getting UUP upgrade files in case Windows Update fails to upgrade or for any other reason. Other than that, I do not have any deeper knowledge of its possible errors or bugs.

    If you have issues with UUP Dump Miniserver, you should register on GitLab and contact its makers: uup-dump / miniserver GitLab

    One tip: Every time, let me repeat it EVERY TIME you run UUP Dump, run update.cmd first. Only after running it, run the script itself (run.cmd).

    Kari
    I just merged the two scripts as one - took about two minutes to do, simply copying contents of update script at beginning of run script.
    Last edited by cereberus; 04 Mar 2018 at 04:46.
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       04 Mar 2018 #1113

    cereberus said: View Post
    I just merged the two scripts as one - took about two minutes to do, simply copying contents of update script at end of run script.
    You mean copying the update script at beginning of run script? To run update always first.
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  5.    04 Mar 2018 #1114

    Kari said: View Post
    You mean copying the update script at beginning of run script? To run update always first.
    Yeah - brain not in gear after last nights convivial partaking :-D!

    Post updated.
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       04 Mar 2018 #1115

    I think there's a reason for the scripts being separate. If coded correctly one should be able to run update script while the mini server is running, and all updates should be seen in the web-UI.

    I have not tested this though, but that is how I would write it.
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  7.    04 Mar 2018 #1116

    slicendice said: View Post
    I think there's a reason for the scripts being separate. If coded correctly one should be able to run update script while the mini server is running, and all updates should be seen in the web-UI.

    I have not tested this though, but that is how I would write it.
    The update part only takes about 10 seconds or so on a reasonable broadband connection which is tiny compared with the actual download time, and combining the scripts guarantees you always have the latest updates before running aria.

    In all honesty, you are being too clever - in this case, SIMPLE works - why overcomplicate things? It is not as if you are running Aria 24/7.
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       04 Mar 2018 #1117

    cereberus said: View Post

    In all honesty, you are being too clever - in this case, SIMPLE works - why overcomplicate things? It is not as if you are running Aria 24/7.
    Well it's a server...and there is nothing complicated about reflecting new changes of data directly into the running instance of a server.
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  9.    04 Mar 2018 #1118

    slicendice said: View Post
    Well it's a server...and there is nothing complicated about reflecting new changes of data directly into the running instance of a server.
    Most end users know sfa about the detailed server mechanisms.

    They just want to download uup files and as @Kari said, ALWAYS run UPDATE first before running RUN to make sure everything works properly. So combining the two scripts makes sense, and even a relative beginner could do it.

    The fact that you can do perhaps as you suggested is not relevant to my suggestion. You can still use original scripts of course.
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       04 Mar 2018 #1119

    Right! :)
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