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Use the command line interface to add a package to a feed. Place the package in a directory. You can place the package either in the same source directory as the other packages in the feed or in a different ...

You assemble a File package by creating a root directory that contains subdirectories, source files, and configuration files. For detailed explanation and examples of the configuration files you include ...

You assemble a Windows Installer (WinInst) package by creating a root directory that contains subdirectories, source files, and configuration files. For detailed explanation and examples of the configuration ...

An online installer is a lightweight executable containing no packages in itself, but installs a product by downloading the necessary packages from the internet. An offline installer contains the complete ...

Use the command line interface to build a package with your source files. Before you build a package, you must assemble the intended source files and subdirectories into a single directory. Open a command ...

Use the command line interface (CLI) to modify the execution of NI Package Manager processes. You can use the CLI for the following purposes: Silently install, update, repair, or remove NI software Build ...

Use Package Manager to install, update, repair, and remove NI software. Installing NI Software Use Package Manager to browse for and install available NI software. On the BROWSE PRODUCTS tab, click a product ...

The optional Instructions XML file you create provides Package Manager with instructions for customized execution of package installation. The instructions XML file consists of a root element ...

The optional Instructions XML file you create provides Package Manager with instructions for customized execution of MSIs and executables. WinInst packages without an instructions file run all MSIs in ...

Create feeds to distribute multiple packages that have dependencies on one another and consolidate package file updates in one location. Place one or more packages (.nipkg) in a single source directory. ...

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