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[Wednesday 14th October 2009 at 5:49 pm]
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Apparently, "The operation did not complete successfully" means "This software package might have not installed properly but we'll pretend it's installed when you rerun the installer". Unless I tell it to forcibly reinstall the package, in which case it actually fails, though without telling me what failed. Gah.
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[User Picture]From: tau_iota_mu_c
Wednesday 14th October 2009 at 5:40 pm (UTC)

"Application encountered an error while failing. Error recovered
successfully, proceeding to fail"

Or do you prefer

"The application did not fail successfully because of an error"

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