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Corrupted File?



Using the pseudo-image-kit to create a binary-i386-1.iso CD today (and
overnight last night), after running the rsync today off of
debian.midco.net, I get *ALMOST* done... and then...

binary-i386-1.iso
658923520 (99%)
ERROR: file corruption in binary-i386-1.iso. File changed during
transfer?

I was running this on an extra Windows box here at home on the DSL just
to get the images built for myself.  (And wishing I had a local package
mirror...)

Any idea why this would occur?  I attempted to re-run the rsync and it
went all the way to 99% and failed again.

I was thinking of trying the rsync from another site in case Nathan's
image is bad for some reason, but I didn't want to waste the server's
bandwidth for something that might not work.

The command for the rsync was as in the README:

C:\Download\debian\pseudo-image\pseudo-image-kit-2.0>rsync --verbose
--progress --stats --block-size=8192
debian.midco.net::debian-cd/2.2_rev0/i386/binary-i386-1.iso .

Just wondering if maybe it's a problem with the WinDozzze version of
rsync or something... not sure what to check for first...

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