Re: Alpha binary-2 jigdo error!
On Tue, Dec 24, 2002 at 08:55:00AM -0500, Wizard wrote:
> I just tried to download the ISO image for the Alpha binary-2 CD from
> http://us.cdimage.debian.org/jigdo-area/current/jigdo/alpha/ but I can't.
> jigdo downloads the woody-alpha-2.template file, but then it stalls for
> quite some time and finally errors with "File `' does not exist!". I had no
> problem downloading the binary-1 ISO, so I am guessing that there may be a
> problem with the template file.
Hmm, I don't think so, but I'm not sure what the problem could be. I notice
you use Windows - could you try starting jigdo-lite in a directory whose
path does not contain any space characters? (i.e. outside of "My Files"!-)
You do have the latest version, 0.6.8, don't you?
> P.S.> Is there a listing somewhere of what ISOs/CDs have what packages?
A .jigdo file is actually a plain text file which contains a list of
packages for the respective CD. However, the file is compressed. I think
that under Windows, if you change the .jigdo extension to .gz, WinZip will
be able to decompress it.
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