Windows 10 SVF Repository

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Tito, Oct 1, 2014.

  1. fkstabizler

    fkstabizler MDL Novice

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    You deserve the first Like... from me... Thank you :)
     
  2. ermota3000

    ermota3000 MDL Novice

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    Thank you GezoeSloog
     
  3. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    He just did 3 x 38 x 2 patches, give him a break :rolleyes::rolleyes:
     
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  4. madcracker

    madcracker MDL Novice

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    Didn't say it was for now...just if he is planning doing so… ;-)
     
  5. GezoeSloog

    GezoeSloog knows a guy, who knows another guy.

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  6. Ramiro Pistoia

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    So many thanks!
     
  7. Schroedinger2015

    Schroedinger2015 MDL Member

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    God bless @GezoeSloog for his great effort. Everything is working flawlessly.
     
  8. jim_p

    jim_p MDL Member

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    Semi-offtopic.

    My svf patching routine follows that order every single time
    - download the source iso on my server, because I keep it archived there
    - download the svf patch on my desktop
    - move the source iso to the desktop
    - convert it to the destination iso on the desktop with svf2iso converter
    - move the destination iso back to the server, next to the source iso
    and most time is wasted by moving stuff back and forth.

    Can I skip all that and do something like this
    Code:
    smv x somepatch.svf
    right on the server where the source iso is located, so that the destination iso will be created where it will eventually be stored?
    The server runs linux and I already have the linux version of the smv executable there.
     
  9. Sajjo

    Sajjo MDL Expert

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    @jim_p
    SVF eXtractor (svfx.exe) can do that in Windows from a source located on a Linux server
    You can address location to source path, svf path, destination path.
     
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  10. asur72

    asur72 MDL Novice

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    Teşekkür ederim :)
     
  11. jim_p

    jim_p MDL Member

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    Thank you :)
    A lot of trial and error awaits me tomorrow :p
     
  12. kkwong7878

    kkwong7878 MDL Novice

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  13. Sajjo

    Sajjo MDL Expert

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    Expect some trial and error yes.
    There is also this SVF extractor v2.bat that do this job in similar way, only in bulk and only in Windows environment.
    Your Linux command should look similar:
    Code:
    <./smv x "name_of_file.svf" -br .>
     
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  14. jim_p

    jim_p MDL Member

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    @Sajjo
    Do you have a link to that bat file?

    I checked what svf2iso runs when it comes to svf extraction with smv and all I found is this
    Code:
    smv x %siname%.svf -br .
    so I am still searching what the parameter "-b" is for ("-r" is for recursive). And there is that dot at the end :p
    The same will apply to the linux executable I guess.
     
  15. madcracker

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