- August 10, 2016 at 4:01 am #49786
EDIT: I figured it out 1 minute after posting. Installing packages from an untrusted provider requires changing the PS execution policy....duh.
Hello all, I'm confused about OneGet (or whatever it's called these days).
I think I'm probably doing something silly, but there are not a lot of people around the web talking about this so it's been hard to get information via googling.
I am not able to get anything to install via the Install-Package module. I mean I used to, but now it seems to just not be working. But let me explain what I mean by "not working".
Let's say I install Vagrant: Install-Package -ProviderName Chocolatey -Name Vagrant
Yay! It completes the install (seems way too fast actually), and everything looks fantastic at first. But I don't see Vagrant listed under installed applications in the control panel. I don't see it in the default location.
Then I run Get-Package -Name Vagrant — Sure enough it is there. It appears to be installed. But the source returned by Get-Package is in a weird place; it's in C:\Chocolately\lib\vagrant.1.8.5.
So I look in there and I see vagrant.1.8.5.nupkg, chocolateyinstall.ps1, and chocolateyuninstall.ps1
The files for the install are there, but that's it. If I remove those files, then Get-Package no longer detects it. So I tried this with Virtualbox, Git, and some other stuff; I got the same result with all of them.
August 10, 2016 at 1:18 pm #49846
- This topic was modified 1 month, 2 weeks ago by Matthew Hickok.
And it's PowerShell Package Manager now ;). Glad you got it!
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