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[protege-discussion] WebProtege 0.5 Alpha

Chabot Bernard bernard.chabot at pco-innovation.com
Mon Nov 3 01:52:43 PST 2008


Hello Jennifer,

Here are the - very crazy - results I've got for :

Protégé 3.4 Beta Build 513 "Full" Without JVM
(Antivirus scanning turned out during download & installation process)


Win / IE :      6AB6B41F0C3453EED304422FCE26AB0A
Win / Firefox : 40C5205E4178CCD0CE7B7AFB12CDD02D

Mac / Safari :  D6118327F6655790896E29406A2E3596
Mac / Firefox : eb71129e0471facafef7bada3ad78a1e


As you see I have made the download with 2 platform and 2 browser ...
... and I have different results for each configuration ...
... and none of them is the same than yours
(And I can not install any of them)


For information the MD5 Hash I've got for
Protégé 3.3.1 "Full" Without JVM (which I can install normally) is :
b66305a2148791acdaf2e9e327f8c321


Bernard

PS : I thing I going to wait for the next 3.4 release ;-)

On Sat, Nov 1, 2008 at 12:19 AM, Jennifer Vendetti <vendetti at stanford.edu>wrote:

> Hello Bernard,
>
> Chabot Bernard wrote:
> > Well, I'm very desapointed, because I've make a brand new download
> > with IE instead of Firefox.
>
> I'm in the process of filing a bug with InstallAnywhere.  I'd like to be
> able to say that I have completely ruled out the possibility of a
> corrupt download.  I'm wondering if you'd be willing to verify the MD5
> checksum of the installer file that you downloaded?
>
> I'm not sure if you are downloading the version of the installer with a
> VM or without a VM, so I've included the MD5 checksums for both:
>
> 7acf934da8e94263484893eaf687ff37    install_protege.exe (with a vm)
>
> 16af4921d09a4a971bea0e7a8c577a08    install_protege.exe (without a vm)
>
> You can use the following freeware application to verify checksums:
>
>
> http://www.kennethballard.com/modules/xproject/index.php?op=viewSummary&pid=2
>
> > I've set my TEMP & TMP environment variables with a path on a disk
> > with a lot of space (more than 20 Go)
> > And I made a installation test with to machine under Windows XP : a
> > laptop and a desktop
> > The results are the same with the 2 machines :
> >   - Install_protege.exe for Protégé 3.3.1 => OK
> >   - Install_protege.exe for Protégé 3.4 (builld 513)  => KO
> >   - Install_protege.exe for Protégé 4.0 (build 103) => KO
>
> On a side note, we do offer a ZIP version of the installer for Protege
> 4.  If you have an immediate need to use Protege 4, you could use that
> version of the installer instead:
>
> http://protege.stanford.edu/download/protege4/zip/?C=N;O=D
>
> Jennifer
>
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