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Timeout when starting git bash #59

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Tobbe opened this Issue Feb 17, 2015 · 16 comments

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Tobbe commented Feb 17, 2015

Yesterday I got the 150209 update, and after that I got this error message:


ConEmu 150209 [64]

Failed to start task in user mode, timeout!
"C:\Program Files\ConEmu\ConEmu64.exe" /dir "C:\Users\tlb\dev\maingate\frontend" /icon "ProgramFiles (x86)\Git\etc\git.ico" /single /cmd {Git Bash}

OK

Today I got the 150215 update, but I still get the same error

I get that dialog box twice, but after just clicking OK on both of them everything seems to work fine.

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Maximus5 commented Feb 17, 2015

I wonder, why users are trying to update protected location (ProgramFiles) with 7z package??

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Tobbe commented Feb 17, 2015

Well, ConEmu said there was a new update available and asked if I wanted to install it. I answered "yes". That's all I did. Should I not have updated?

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Maximus5 commented Feb 17, 2015

I mean, how ConEmu appeared first time in ProgramFiles? Yep, you've copied it there manually.

But if the installer was used originally - it will be always used for updating. And in that case there will be no problems with elevating/demoting. And then, Windows task sheduler will not be used. And then, it will not show timeouts.

The ConEmu task can't start in 20 seconds. Really? That is you've imformed about.

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Tobbe commented Feb 17, 2015

I used ConEmuSetup.141221.exe to install ConEmu. Previous auto updates have worked just fine.
It looks to complete pretty much instantaneously. I definitely don't have to wait 20 seconds for it to start.

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Maximus5 commented Feb 17, 2015

If you are using installer for updating - then the sheduler must not be used. Describe all steps with screenshots to understand your situation.

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Tobbe commented Feb 17, 2015

Can I downgrade to for example 150209 to make it detect the update to 150215 automatically again?

Otherwise I'll try to remember to take screenshots next time you publish a new version of ConEmu 😄

But just to be clear, when updating I'm not doing anything manually, I'm just clicking OK/Next on a bunch of dialog boxes. I don't know what ConEmu downloads in the background or what it runs.

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Maximus5 commented Feb 17, 2015

Yep. Just now 150216 was released

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Maximus5 commented Feb 17, 2015

Just drop installer on the ConEmu tab bar

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Tobbe commented Feb 17, 2015

First I'm using version 150215, then I close it
1-pre-update

I right click in my file manager and choose to open GitBash in ConEmu
2-starting-conemu

A new version is detected, that I choose to download
3-new-update

Download in progress (percentage in titlebar)
4-downloading-update

Download complete. I choose to install it
5-close-and-install-update

Confirmation dialog, click Yes
5-0-confirm

Then a bunch of dialogs automatically poped up and closed

I managed to catch a few of them here:
5-1-validat-install
5-2-copy-new-files
5-3-remove-backup

After that the new version was up and running
6-new-version-up-and-running

Everything seems to work
6-1-everything-seems-to-work

After a while (20 seconds I guess) I got this.
7-timeout

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Maximus5 commented Feb 17, 2015

What is the "bunch of dialogs automatically poped up and closed" like? Is that installer pages or not?
What is your OS?

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Tobbe commented Feb 17, 2015

I updated my previous post with more images

OS is Win 8.1 64 bit

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zpqrtbnk commented Feb 20, 2015

Can reproduce with OS being Win 8.1 64bit - exact same thing as what is described in the post with the screenshots, ie just saying "yes" to automatic update and then follow the path... Now at 150218[64] and I've had the issue for the past few updates. In the EventLog, MsiInstaller reports that the install went fine. Once the alert windows have been closed everything seems to work OK.

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Tobbe commented Feb 20, 2015

I don't even have to close the alert windows. Everything seems to work OK right away.

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Maximus5 commented Feb 20, 2015

That message is shown by non-interactive instance. So, there is almost no effect with interactive instance.

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Maximus5 commented Feb 24, 2015

I believe 150224 will fix that

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zpqrtbnk commented Feb 25, 2015

Looks good, just upgraded to 150224 and did not get the error. Thanks!

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