Re: Still no AMD 3.1r4 images available
Thanks for your informative reply! I was able to successfully download
DVD images from the pointer you provided using "rsync -B 8192 '''
On Jan 8, 3:30 pm, Richard Atterer <rich...@2007.atterer.net> wrote:
> Hi Alan,
> I'm not sure what the problem is in this specific case, but I can comment
> on jigdo's behaviour. rsync access to the images is possible, see below.
> On Mon, Jan 08, 2007 at 02:02:49PM -0800, travelosopher wrote:
> > skfree_1.9.3-4sarge1_amd64.deb
> > =>
> > `debian-31r4-amd64-binary-1.iso.tmpdir/debian.oregonstate.edu/debi
> > an/pool/main/g/gtkdiskfree/gtkdiskfree_1.9.3-4sarge1_amd64.deb'
> > Resolving debian.oregonstate.edu... 220.127.116.11, 18.104.22.168
> > Connecting to debian.oregonstate.edu[22.214.171.124]:80... connected.
> > HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 404 Not FoundThe problematic file cannot be found on the main Debian mirror you chose.
> This is OK, it's bound to happen with a couple of files especially for
> testing/unstable images. The reason is that on a certain day the .iso
> images are made, but on the next day a couple of packages are updated with
> new versions in testing, so the old versions (whose URLs are referenced by
> the ISO's .jigdo file) are deleted from regular Debian servers.
> > 1 files not found in previous pass, trying
> > alternative download locations:
> > --01:19:01--
> > main/g/gtkdiskfree/gtkdiskfree_1.9.3-4sarge1_amd64.deb
> > `debian-31r4-amd64-binary-1.iso.tmpdir/amd64-cdsnap.debi
> > an.net/cdimage/snapshot-amd64/Debian/pool/main/g/gtkdiskfree/gtkdiskfree_1.9.3-4
> > sarge1_amd64.deb' saved [90738/90738]File downloaded OK from Steve's backup mirror. This was set up to still
> contain all packages in the .iso even if the regular Debian mirrors no
> longer have it...
> > Found 0 of the 1 files required by the template...but apparently has the wrong md5sum! This should not happen. :-/
> > The following is specified by the
> > debian-31r4-amd64-binary-1.jigdo.unpacked file:
> > v7GHb6Mx8a6csCmMKP_kxQ=Debian:pool/main/g/
> > gtkdiskfree/gtkdiskfree_1.9.3-4sarge1_amd64.debI just downloaded the file from amd64-cdsnap.debian.net, and the actual
> md5sum is t8hRKRH5UWeIZycyV1vRJw (output by "jigdo-file md5 <filename>").
> Unfortunately snapshot.debian.net, which is a good resource when hunting
> for old package versions, does not have amd64 packages, so I cannot test
> whether its version would have made an improvement.
> > These are the contents of the primary and back-up servers, showing that
> > the back-up, amd64-cdsnap.debian.net does have the sought after file,
> > gtkdiskfree_1.9.3-4sarge1_amd64.deb:[...]
> The right file is there in the list, but this won't help as apparently its
> content has changed, or some other problem occurred... :-/
> > -rw-rw-r-- 91028 2006/08/18 09:02:27
> > gtkdiskfree_1.9.3-6_amd64.deb
> > I don't understand how the copy is failing given the console output.
> > Would it be possible to point jigdo-lite at the needed file on my local
> > system and finish things up that way, and if so how?It would be possible if you _had_ the right file, the one with the md5sum
> of "v7GHb6Mx8a6csCmMKP_kxQ", by specifying a directory at the "files to
> scan" prompt which contains that file.
> What you /can/ do is to just write the .iso.tmp file to CD-R as you would
> the finished .iso. On the resulting CD, the gtkdiskfree package's content
> would be all zero bytes, so any attempt to install that package will fail
> with an error message. Otherwise, the CD ought to be perfectly usable!
> > I believe that if I can find a valid iso image somewhere, I would just be
> > able to try rsync but the last time I checked, the AMD64 image is not
> > official so is not on the http/ftp mirrors.Check again, isn't this what you're looking for? ;-)
> Use "rsync -B 8192 -P ..." for better speed. :)
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