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  1. There's some sort of problem with the TDM updater whereby it won't create a proper 2.07 installation. Being on a slow Internet connection, my TDM installation/update procedure has always involved downloading just the latest update zip file (currently, 'tdm_update_2.06_to_2.07.zip') from the ModDB site and making that available to the updater locally, to avoid unreliable, slow downloads during the actual update. I followed the same procedure that I've always (successfully) done in the past: extract the huge, 2.3-GB 'THEDARKMODVersion2.0-StandaloneRelease.zip' file (downloaded once from ModDB and re-used many times over the years) change the permissions on all the PK4 files to be write-able (so that the updater can alter the content within, as needed) delete the existing, obsolete (2013-era), read-only 'tdm_update.log' file (which shouldn't be in the zip file to begin with) put a copy of all the 'tdm_update_2.0{x}_to_2.0{x+1}.zip' files amassed to date into that extracted directory download the latest version of the TDM updater app (from the TDM website) run the updater, with the options '--keep-update-packages --noselfupdate' On the 1st run, it proceeds in what appears to be normal fashion. There's no obvious indication that anything has gone amok. However, if you run the game, it comes up with the main menu showing "TDM 2.06", not the expected "TDM 2.07". Here's the TDM updater log file for this 1st run: tdm_update--run-1.log.txt Some analysis of the directory content and the updater's log file seems to indicate that the installation only made it to 2.06! As for the 'tdm_update_2.06_to_2.07.zip' file, I've verified the integrity ('zip -T'). I've also verified the filesize and checksum against the updater-downloaded 'tdm_version_info.txt' file: [UpdatePackage from 2.06 to 2.07] crc = 159677cb filesize = 427644498 package = tdm_update_2.06_to_2.07.zipSo I don't think there's anything wrong with that particular file. If I compare what the updater created as a "2.07" installation with an old, virgin 2.06 installation of mine, the only files that are different are ones that you'd expect to be: 'crc_info.txt', 'tdm_mirrors.txt', 'tdm_update.log', and 'tdm_version_info.txt'. If I run the updater a 2nd time (and all subsequent times) with the same options, it essentially does this: Applying differential update package... [=========================] 100.0% Adding: ExtLibs.dll [=========================] 100.0% Adding: ExtLibsx64.dll [=========================] 100.0% Adding: TheDarkModx64.exe [=========================] 100.0% Adding: thedarkmod.x64 [=========================] 100.0% Adding: vcredist_x64.exe [=========================] 100.0% Adding: vcredist_x86.exe [=========================] 100.0% Replacing: AUTHORS.txt [=========================] 100.0% Replacing: TheDarkMod.exe [=========================] 100.0% Replacing: tdm_update.exe [=========================] 100.0% Replacing: tdm_update.linux [=========================] 100.0% Replacing: thedarkmod.x86 [=========================] 100.0% File: Done applying the differential update.Due to website file upload limitations, the TDM updater log file for this 2nd run will be attached to a subsequent post. The updater log files on that 2nd and all subsequent runs are essentially identical, just with different timestamps and potentially use of a different mirror site. That's the repeatable scenario, the "crux of the matter", if you will. FWIW, I also dug more deeply into the problem. What I describe from here on is less thoroughly documented, but I'll mention what I did, in case it helps.... I tried removing all of the update zip files, hoping it would force the updater to update what is effectively a 2.06 installation but via a slow, painful download of that 408-MB 'tdm_update_2.06_to_2.07.zip'. But instead, it inexplicably wanted to download the 235-MB 'tdm_update_2.05_to_2.06.zip' file, so I aborted the update. Taking a different tack, I dug into the updater source code a bit and noticed this curious-looking snippet in '.../tdm_update/libtdm_update/Updater/UpdateController.cpp': //#4529 stgatilov: Since differential update does not uncompress unchanged OGG/ROQ files, //The hashes of pk4 files are now different from the ones on the server. //That's why we exit right away to avoid redoing the same differential update and redownloading the unchanged data. if (info.fromVersion == "2.05" && info.toVersion == "2.06") { TryToProceedTo(PostUpdateCleanup); break; }I played around with various changes to that code (both bumping the 2 version numbers and outright disabling the whole block), but to no avail. Although I'm running Linux (64-bit Slackware 14.2), I don't immediately see any reason why this would be OS-specific. This issue sounds different from the problem grayman had (running Windows), but I did get an "infinite updater loop" scenario when I hacked that code mentioned above, so maybe there's some correlation. I also noticed during some debugging that the installation I had was not being correctly recognized by the updater app as a valid 2.06 installation. When I looked into the updater's console output and log file, it seemed that every file about which the installer reported "SIZE MISMATCH" was one of the PK4 files that had embedded OGG files, although I did not check every case. I'm simply not able to figure out what's going on here, despite much effort, so I have to "punt" before my head explodes. Any input on this matter would be very much appreciated!
  2. I have version 2.0 and It keeps trying to download TDM_update_2.00_to_2.01.zip, then restarting the download again once it finishes (29.3mb over and over again with a average download speed of 200kbps, there is no zip file in the darkmod folder apart from with with 2 underscores before its name and 0 bytes big). I've waited patiently but every download mirror it tries downloading from does the same thing, downloading keeps restarting but gives no zip file and just starts restarts the download for the next mirror in a continuous loop. Its already bad enough that I need the whole Darkmod installation folder with me to the internet cafe just to download a measly patch, but this is bizarre. I tried copypasting the download link from the logfile into the browser, which worked but honestly that took longer than it needed for me to figure out the updater isn't doing its job. But then.. ugh again an issue. I extracted the patch from the zip, 2.00 to 2.01, overwriting.. but now its saying my version is "no exact match" and trying to download the zip again :/ I put the zip file in the darkmod folder so I would think that the updater would notice that the update package zip is already there and shouldn't be downloaded, no luck still tries to download it regardless. This is ridiculous, doesn't matter what way I do it, it still won't allow me to get the next 2 updates. I tried downloading the updater manually from the website: http://www.thedarkmod.com/download-the-mod/ Same issue. My system is XP SP3, same as I've always had for TDM.
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