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  1. #1
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    How to making the SIS package file?

    Hi,
    I have installed the S60_SDK_3rd_ed and che Carbide.vs on my system, working with Visual Studio .NET.
    The Application wizard run normally and the building phase on .NET platform was completed...but...when I open a new command window and run "makesis" with "makesis MyProgramName.pkg" command line, an error occours, like this

    "Processing MyProgramName.pkg...
    MyProgramName.pkg(19) : error: file I/O fault."


    How can I build the SIS package file?
    Are there some errors in my procedure?

    Thanx for your help! :-)

    Regards
    Antonio C. (Turin - Italy)

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    Re: How to making the SIS package file?

    Pls check Getting started doc or http://developer.mopius.com/tutorials/carbide_vs.php on how to compile for target using Carbide.vs, no need to use command line and before you have built for the correct target, the .pkg file has not been updated to reflect you actual target.

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    Re: How to making the SIS package file?

    Thank You Mitts,
    I will read the document and I will install the "S60 2.0 version"

    If this is not working I will let you know...

    Thanx
    Antonio C.

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