Re: corrupted "sarge-i386-1.jigdo" file ???
I've exactly the same problem as Benjamin, using jigdo-lite with WinXP.
I tried to download "sarge-i386-1.jigdo" two weeks ago and it told me
about a missing file. So I tried it again this week with the newly
created .jigdo file - with the same result. By the way it's the same
file (serial-modules-2.4.22-1-386-di_0.9_i386.udeb) jigdo complains about.
Benjamin CALVOT wrote:
I've used the jigdo file provided on the Debian web site:
I tried with different servers (2 in Sweden, 1 in Norway, 1 in France,
etc.) and get always the same result. He's trying an alternative server
indeed, but it returns a 404 error as well. So I send you the output I
got in the DOS command window.
I'm using the following version of jigdo on Windows XP (yes, I'm
downloading it at the office...):
Hope it will help you!
Richard Atterer wrote:
On Sat, Nov 08, 2003 at 04:25:37AM +0100, Benjamin CALVOT wrote:
There seems to be an wrong package request in the file:
The obsolete package would be:
My temporary image "sarge-i386-1.iso.tmp" already has the 0.10
version of this package:
And of course the 0.9 version is not on the servers... so I couldn't
complete the image (and I didn't succeed to complete it with "rsync"
Did you let jigdo-lite run until the end? It has a built-in solution for
exactly this problem of old packages being deleted from the server but
being needed by a CD image. You'll first get a 404 error, but
jigdo-lite will continue running and should eventually retry fetching
the missing file from a special backup server, which should still have
If you continue having problems, please also tell us which .jigdo URL
you're trying to process, and maybe include the last screenful or so
of jigdo-lite's output.