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Command line defined: "LUA_DIR=C:\Wireshark-win32-libs-1.12\lua5.2.3"
Command line defined: "SMI_DIR=C:\Wireshark-win32-libs-1.12\libsmi-svn-40773-win32ws"
Command line defined: "GEOIP_DIR=C:\Wireshark-win32-libs-1.12\GeoIP-1.5.1-2-win32ws"
Command line defined: "WINSPARKLE_DIR=C:\Wireshark-win32-libs-1.12\WinSparkle-0.3-44-g2c8d9d3-win32ws"
Command line defined: "HHC_DIR=C:\Program Files (x86)\HTML Help Workshop"
Processing config: C:\Program Files (x86)\NSIS\nsisconf.nsh
Processing script file: "wireshark.nsi" (ACP)
File: failed opening file "..\..\wireshark-gtk2\COPYING.txt"
Error in script "wireshark.nsi" on line 386 -- aborting creation process
NMAKE : fatal error U1077: '"C:\Program Files (x86)\NSIS\makensis.exe"' : return code '0x1'
NMAKE : fatal error U1077: '"C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\VC\BIN\nmake.exe"' : return code '0x2'

asked 20 Mar, 05:00

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edited 20 Mar, 05:31

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grahamb ♦

As a totally plucked from the air guess I suspect that the file wireshark-gtk2\COPYING.txt is missing:

File: failed opening file "..\..\wireshark-gtk2\COPYING.txt"

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answered 20 Mar, 05:32

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edited 20 Mar, 05:58

@grahamb The File do exists, i have checked it

(20 Mar, 05:53) DhanuShalz

Are you sure the file exists in the place that nsis is expecting to find it? Note the nsis path is ..\..\wireshark-gtk2\COPYING.txt.

(20 Mar, 06:17) grahamb ♦

its in the exact path as .. \ ..\wireshark-gtk2\COPYING.txt @grahamb

when try to manually open the COPYING.txt its shows Access denied, inspite of having the adminstrator access

(20 Mar, 06:28) DhanuShalz

Try changing the security on the file, maybe taking ownership for your own account.

(20 Mar, 07:20) grahamb ♦

it didn't workout....! @grahamb

(20 Mar, 08:07) DhanuShalz
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