Hey Cams, did you run it on the correct path?
I saved all the xmllint files in a folder, and when I run the Powershell, I open this specific folder first: C:\Users\User\xmlan\XML
I know that this is not a problem anymore for you since you found the error anyway, but if you’re curious to find out what you might miss, I’ve documented the installation process in this blog post. It’s password protected, the password is: XMLlint
If it still doesn’t work, don’t sweat it. Perhaps it is a bug on Powershell. It is expected since we use the very old version, lol.
Or perhaps I have some apps/programs in my system that is missing in yours.
- This reply was modified 3 years, 8 months ago by Nazrina.