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Re: 2.2r4: is binary-sparc-1_NONUS.iso really an ISO image?

>>PS: ls -l binary* gives
>>-r--r--r--    1 ken      users    643969249 Nov  9 10:05 binary-sparc-1_NONU
>>-rw-r--r--    2 ken      users      109115 Nov  7 13:58 binary-sparc-1_NONUS
>Hmmm. What I have here is (which matches the primary site):
>lump:/export/potator4$ ls -al *sparc*
>-rw-r--r--    1 steve    users    660592640 Dec 19 16:15  binary-sparc-1_NONU
>-rw-r--r--    1 steve    users       109115 Dec 19 16:15  binary-sparc-1_NONU
>How did you get the image? It either looks like it's been corrupted,

>From www.planetmirror.com and checked against mirror.aarnet.edu.au with
rsync. Both sites are in .au. There doesn't seem to be any random damage
to the file, I looked at it with od and it's just the files in the .list
concatenated together, with no padding.

>or you did a pseudo-image run and forgot to rsync it afterwards.

As I mentioned, I don't have any existing files or ISOs so I started off
by fetching the ISO from the first site mentioned. A rsync against the
second site showed that the same ISO is also there.

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