Same applies to kernels for which compressed files get a nasty EOF error
at around 85% of it ...
On Tue, 2001-10-30 at 15:44, Paul Kelly wrote:
> Ray Kelly wrote:
>> >> Speaking of, is anyone mirroring RedHat 7.2 SRPMs yet ?
> > They're on esat, bit over a gig in total.
>>> Is it just me or is ftp.esat.net broken? I've downloaded more than a
> handful of ISOs from there which did not match their md5sums. The last
> ones I got were Debian PowerPC ISOs. The one disk I checked in detail
> showed corruption starting at about 20MBytes into the image, compared to
> an ftp.sunet.se download the did match md5sums. I've also had kernel
> sources fail to unbzip2 with CRC errors. No problems from other sites.
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