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Madhur Jodhwani

09/09/2021, 1:36 PM
Also how to run the
go run ./cmd/package --type=msi --enroll-secret=2exkBvZ6k4S+949LpNo7dKlGFjlqHWRS --fleet-url=<https://127.0.0.1:8080> --update-url=<http://localhost:8000> --update-roots='[{"keytype":"ed25519","scheme":"ed25519","keyid_hash_algorithms":["sha256","sha512"],"keyval":{"public":"d9facef058990d77fec014278de4f2d1d31a244707bd360b29ecb02b0536474d"}}]' --insecure
←[90m2021-09-09T18:36:21+05:30←[0m ←[1m←[31mFTL←[0m←[0m package failed ←[31merror=←[0m←[31m"initialize updates: failed to init updater: unmarshal root keys: invalid character 'k' looking for beginning of object key string"←[0m exit status 1 I get this error on Windows.
Martavis Parker

Martavis Parker

09/09/2021, 3:18 PM
Have you tried the original order of parameters from the docs?
go run ./cmd/package --type=pkg --fleet-url=localhost:8412 --insecure --enroll-secret=YOUR_FLEET_ENROLL_SECRET_HERE
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Madhur Jodhwani

09/10/2021, 3:25 AM
but i want it with update server as well, like the build on Windows
3:39 AM
and run there, I want to test auto updation for windows.
Martavis Parker

Martavis Parker

09/10/2021, 7:23 PM
I understand. I am checking to see if you placed the parameters in the order given by the docs? So for your example, have you tried this command in this explicit order:
go run ./cmd/package --type=msi --fleet-url=<https://127.0.0.1:8080> --insecure --enroll-secret=2exkBvZ6k4S+949LpNo7dKlGFjlqHWRS --update-url=<http://localhost:8000> --update-roots='[{"keytype":"ed25519","scheme":"ed25519","keyid_hash_algorithms":["sha256","sha512"],"keyval":{"public":"d9facef058990d77fec014278de4f2d1d31a244707bd360b29ecb02b0536474d"}}]'
7:24 PM
If that doesn't work, I would check the JSON
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Madhur Jodhwani

09/11/2021, 2:40 AM
but if I am not wrong, orbit isn't supported in Windows or is it?