On 06/10/14 20:40, Simon Valiquette wrote: > Carlos Alberto Lopez Perez un jour écrivit: >>>> Maybe your http client is unable to understand Content-Encoding: gzip ? >>>> >>> >>> I downloaded the files from the provided location with Links2 web >>> browser. The file bash_3.2-4+deb5u1.dsc was a gzipped file. After >>> decompressing it became standard .dsc file. >>> >> >> I don't know what is wrong with your setup, but I'm not able to >> reproduce that. >> >> $ wget >> http://people.igalia.com/clopez/bash-shellshock-lenny/bash_3.2-4+deb5u1.dsc >> > > Of course you can't as you didn't even tried to reproduce it using the > same application (here links2). > Of course that I can. The user is not complaining about a bug on links2, but about me having uploaded a broken dsc file. So I think that I'm free to use any tool that I wish to demonstrate that I didn't uploaded a broken file. Also, you are assuming that I didn't tried to reproduce that with links2, which is not true. Before posting, I tried to download the file with links2 (testing) and it worked just fine. I just used the wget example because is easier to write here (or on the shell) the command to directly download a file. > That said, both links and links2 on Debian stable seems to work fine. > As stated, it is probably an issue related with "Content-Encoding: gzip" > or a user mistake. > > If it can be reproduced, it should probably be talked about on the > links2 BTS page instead of here. In any case, bash_3.2-4+deb5u1.dsc is > fine AFAIK. Agreed.
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