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Re: Help: Sh.exe errors.



On Thu, 19 Oct 2000, Keith Mastin wrote:

> This is in regard to the following communications, found with a web search
> on google.com for 'SH caused an invalis page fault in module
> KERNEL32.dll'... 
>   a.. To: "Miller,Dwayne" <fallenhunter@neo.rr.com> 
>   b.. Subject: Re: Help: Sh.exe errors. 
>   c.. From: "J.A. Bezemer" <costar@panic.et.tudelft.nl> 
>   d.. Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2000 13:50:44 +0100 (CET) 
>   e.. cc: debian-cd@lists.debian.org 
>   f.. In-Reply-To: <38A8894C.C0E7E584@neo.rr.com> 
> I resumed a download session after 230MB were loaded and having to baby-sit
> my machine while it downloaded. As long as I would hit enter to close the
> error message dialogue box, the download would continue. I was getting a
> battery of 4 error messages in a row for each new SH session (or file
> download, if this makes better sense). When I entered the following command,
> the download went very smoothly with no problems (so far) 
> 'make-pseudo-image binary-i386-1.list http://ftp.uk.debian.org/debian'
> I will continue to download these files with this method. I think the
> problem is in some sort of resource conflict between SH.exe and the MS
> kernel (I'm using MS Windows98SE to do this with). 

Thanks for reporting. Your solution (using HTTP instead) is correct, and the
only one we currently know. This is already mentioned on the Kit's webpage,
  http://cdimage.debian.org/~costar/pseudo-image-kit/


Regards,
  Anne Bezemer



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