On Thu, Apr 06, 2000 at 02:03:43PM +0100, John P. Looney wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 06, 2000 at 08:56:11AM -0400, Twomey_Mark at emc.com mentioned:
> > Zcat appears to perform the same function as uncompress -c.
> > When I copied the files to /tmp and ran Zcat on one of the .Z files, it
> > began spewing garbage and it locked up my term session.
Perfectly normal if you Zcat a compressed binary file.
> It does indeed. But, can you uncompress the file completely ?
>> > > cpio of /cdrom/x25_9_2/sparc/SUNWlicsw/reloc.cpio.Z failed with error 0.
>> Seems like the file on the CD is arsed.
Why conclude that ? cpio on a compressed cpio archive will fail. Can you
copy /cdrom/x25_9_2/sparc/SUNWlicsw/reloc.cpio.Z to /tmp and simply do
uncompress /tmp/reloc.cpio.Z ?
Have you tried installing X.25 9.2 the "right" way i.e. with the tool on the
Solstice CD - from 9.1 on it actually works quite well - better than any
previous versions. Of course, maybe Sun broke it for 9.2 - wouldn't surprise
Niall O Broin
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