Bug#36429: marked as done (files extracted by dpkg are corrupt)
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Subject: files extracted by dpkg are corrupt
Date: Tue, 20 Apr 1999 19:18:23 +0200 (CEST)
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From: Marcin Owsiany <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The md5sums of files unpacked from .deb-s do not match the provided ones
while md5sums of the deb files are correct!
after unpacking pine396-diffs_2.deb together with pine396-src_2.deb the
pine_3.96M-2.dsc , pine_3.96M.orig.tar.gz , README, and pine_3.96M-2.diff.gz
files are extracted into /usr/src/pine directory. After cd-ing into it and
dpkg-source -x pine_3.96M-2.dsc
(like it says in the readme)
the following error appears
dpkg-source: error: file pine_3.96M.orig.tar.gz has md5sum
14da0bc39282affa0f97a99cdd15c2e5 instead of expected
I have already reported it as a bug against pine but the maintainer says the
deb files are OK (we've compred their md5sums)
I also have tried to repeat this several times, but with no effect.
FYI: the whole instalation is from a Cheap*Bytes CD while the pine package
was downloaded from mirror: sunsite.icm.edu.pl/pub/Linux/debian