Re: rsync problems with 2.2_rev2 binary-m68k-1.iso
>>>>> " " == J A Bezemer <email@example.com> writes:
> On 4 Jan 2001, Goswin Brederlow wrote:
>> >>>>> " " == Ian Smith <ISmith@fourthphase.com> writes:
>> > <color><param>0100,0100,0100</param>I'm attempting to create
>> Is that supposed to be html mail?
>> > .iso file from a pseudo-image that I downloaded from >
>> ftp.us.debian.org. I keep on getting bad checksums. I've >
>> tried rsync with multiple servers using the command in the >
>> pseudo-image kit:
>> > rsync --verbose --progress --stats --block-size=8192 >
>> rsync.kernel.org::pub/mirrors/<FontFamily><param>Times New >
>> Roman</param><bigger>debian-cd/2.2_rev2/m68k/binary- m68k-1.iso
>> > .
>> This html stuff will certainly break everything. Appart from
>> that you should use --partial so that a timeout won't kill your
>> file and -c to allways checksum.
> Using --partial WILL kill your valuable pseudo-image if rsync
> fails after 1 byte has been transferred. So either back up your
> pseudo-image or do NOT use --partial.
It will? I thought that option will keep the partial download.
Why does it not merge the old file with the downloaded changes and