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Pinguino install under limited web access
09-02-2015, 04:20 PM,
Pinguino install under limited web access
I have problems installing pinguino at my workplace, in the network of my employer. I'm running Windows 7, 64-bit.

I downloaded the installer and ran it
Durnig the install, it seems to have problems with douwnloading some of the components and finally it got stuck
I think problems is that my employer forcess anti-virus scan on all downloads. I can see there is new file created at the directory where the installer is located. It is named "" and its size is 9249B. After looking at its contents it is html file and afer browsing it I can see the antivir protection stepped in - this is normal when downloading some file through internal proxy server.
There is link, from where I can download the correct file, but I can't manage to tell the installer to use the file.
I tried this a few times, always with the same result, I tried running the installer as administrator as well, with the same result. I understand this situation is probably marginally and on unrestricted network it would work as expected.

It would be great if I had option either to download the full installer (with all components in it) or if I could tell the installer to use the downloaded file, or setup the proxy settings of the installer.
How would the setup run on computers without internet connection?

Thank you,
09-02-2015, 05:09 PM,
RE: Pinguino install under limited web access
Hi Jaromir,

Yes, the installer is currently build with a PC and Internet connection available in mind.

But you can try the following:

1. Go to the official download file repo at
2. Download and to the same folder as the installer.
3. Download, if you want to compile for 8-bits PIC architecture.
4. Download, if you want to compile for 32-bits PIC architecture.

Finally, run the installer again.
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Victor Villarreal
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09-02-2015, 05:36 PM,
RE: Pinguino install under limited web access
I followed according to the steps you suggested and now the setup finishes correctly and IDE works.
Thank you very much for your great support!

Just a suggestion: this info may be included into installer - if it can't download the files from network, user would be notified about the option of downloading it separately and putting it into installer directory.

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