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Created attachment 387 [details]
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Step to Reproduce:
1. Click on the link "http://twistedcode.net/xamarin_installer/download.html".
2. Click on 'launch' link to launch the application.
3. Setup first download the GTK# setup then start installation.
Command prompt screen popup with message Failed to connect during GTK# installation.
Refer the attached screenshot.
Failed to connect message on command prompt screen should not display during GTK# installation.
Windows 7 (64 bit)
Did the installation succeed or fail?
Installation was successful. The attached screenshot depicts the messages displayed in the command prompt, while the installation was in progress.
Thanks for pointing this out but since this error message is harmless we are going to ignore it until the next release of GTK# (which is where the issue is). Also, there's not much we can do about the command window - it is opened to run some utility launched by the GTK# MSI installer.
As per the above comments, please suggest if we can close this issue.