On Sun, Feb 04, 2007 at 04:17:01PM +1100, Brian May wrote:
> >>>>> "Robert" == Robert Millan <email@example.com> writes:
> Robert> My program relies on NSISdl plugin, which auto-detects
> Robert> proxy setup from IE settings. So if you want it to use a
> Robert> proxy, you have to setup IE first.
> This computer is a newly installed Windows computer, and setting up
> the IE settings is always something I forget :-(.
> Anyway, sounds like a good idea. Maybe it could somehow be documented
> or ask the user for confirmation before rebooting. Or would that be
> too confusing for the targeted user base?
I suspect it will. However, note that the target user base is majoritarily
NOT running IE (only 2/7 users do).
Anyway, since later the installer has to ask about proxy, I suppose it doesn't
harm to "move" the proxy question by asking it in win32-loader and then
preseed it (preseeding support is now implemented, look at how hostname/domain
or timezone is done).
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