On December 6, david_hamilton3 at hp.com said:
> Hi All,
>> I have some ISO images which appear to be dodgy, and I was wondering what my
> best bet for fixing them without completely re-downloading them is.
> I seem to remember someone using rsync before, but details of how would be
Well, yeah, rsync is probably your best bet assuming they're only
marginally corrupt. I'd suggest installing it if you haven't done so
already, then having a good look at the manual page. Tricky part, of
course, is finding somewhere to rsync from; the system you're rsyncing
from either requires shell access from where you are, or an rsync
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