Originally Posted by sakshamkatyal
Oops so this is the problem!
but I dont know how to edit all these mentioned files. I never had any issues with Josh kaiser kitchens. cant it like simple oem in some folder & then cooking simply?
Well, I don't know about the John Kaiser kitchen, but every kitchen i've used have always had the same requirement - no duplicate DSM. All the tools you need to address the issue are in the kitchen. Again, I'll assume you are using the Legacy kitchen (PkgBuildToolsOS):
Use the OEM-GEN2.EXE to generate a new <GUID> for one of the offending packages. Once you generate the <GUID>, do a search in the kitchen to ensure that the newly generated <GUID> is not already in the kitchen.
<GUID>.DSM & <GUID>.RGU:
Once you have generated a unique GUID, change the existing .DSM and .RGU filenames of the offending packages so that it matches the generated <GUID>.
If the <GUID>.DSM file is larger than zero (0) bytes, you have two options:
1) Delete it and create a zero (0) byte file of the same name: <GUID>.DSM
2) Use DSMInfo.exe to open the DSM and edit the GUIDPackage
box so that it matches the generated <GUID>. Use the Managed Files Included
button to remove the old .RGU and add the new <GUID>.RGU.
file may appear in the folder; you can delete this file once you close DSMInfo.exe.
Use this editor to edit the OPTION.XML file; the OPTION.XML file contains a characteristic for the GUID. The GUID that appears must match the GUID number of the DSM.
Any existing package in the kitchen can serve as a reference.