Cannot install Metatrader 5. Once I execute mt5Setup it shows me the window attached asking for proxy server. If I click cancel it ends with an error. Attached both snapshots. I am using Windows 7 64 bit but I have tested it on other machine with Windows 7 32 bit.
I don't use a proxy server - connected through a router. Only have a I have tried both 64 bit and 32 bit installers, tried with combination of compatibility modes, tried with admin permissions - but no help. MT4 works fine and most other internet-consuming applications are working fine.
Am I missing something obvious? since I searched over Google and I cant find anything related.
I am facing the same problem while installing MT4 and MT5 in my new laptop. The OS is Ubuntu Linux.
While installing it asks for a proxy server details. I don't have a proxy server, I am connected via wifi.
I'm getting the same problem too (Kubuntu Vivid 15.04 & Wine 1.7.38 from the Ubuntu PPA). I have a proxy server set-up (and working with Linux Firefox) but even putting that into the proxy details box in the installer doesn't help. I can see from my proxy server's log files that it is connecting, and then attempting to connect to some addresses like api<number>.mql5.com:443, then the app just asks for the proxy details again...
When running the app (wine mt5setup.exe), the only error that wine appears to give is:
err:winediag:schan_imp_init Failed to load libgnutls, secure connections will not be available.
I'm quite sure libgnutls is installed on my system, so my assumption is that the installer isn't able to make a secure connection to the mql5 servers.
I also did some searching on the net, but couldn't find any other solutions to this, so maybe this is only a problem with the most recent installer (build 1150).
I have MT5 running on my Windows box, but ideally I'd like to switch it over to Linux at some point.
MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5 installer need to download all files (Online Installer) and it check whether user are using proxy or not.
If you connect internet using proxy, then you should fill that proxy address, but if you didn't connect using proxy, just click cancel.
It's often result with cross (red), meaning can not connect to MetaTrader server and can not download complete installer. The solution is keep trying over and over again, usually it will succedd after 3 or 4 times re-run installer.
I don't know for Linux user, buat I think it's same.
i found a soultion tho, the 32 bit version of gnutls needs to be installed.. on my platform the command was
sudo pacman -S lib32-gnutls
you have to make sure that multilibs are enabled
Right now, Metatrader5 doesn't work in my Debian and Mint. It keeps endlessly asking my login, server and password when I try to install it. Wine is update on both. It worked well for more than 3 months. Now it's very dead. Its very frustrating. I think MT5 is a lovely yet unstable backup alternative for Linux when it decides its to work.
the problem is that wine is up to date.
please downgrade Mono and Gecko to earlier ver.