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Re: Corrupt kernel-source package?



FWIW, I just tried to D/L the kernel-source-2.0.23_0.deb from ftp.debian.org
using dpkg-ftp and I got the same problem. There is something wrong with this
package. It should, in my opinion, be removed from the ftp site if a 
replacement can not be made available soonest.


In article <9611162330.AA26897@owl.phast.umass.edu>,
	Martin Weinberg <weinberg@phast.umass.edu> writes:
> Guy Maor's message dated: 14 Nov 1996 00:56:11 CST
>>Lamar Folsom <fols9488@uidaho.edu> writes:
>>
>>> I downloaded kernel-source-2.0.23_0.deb today and found that dselect/dpkg wa
>>s 
>>> unable to install it.
>>
>>I tried to extract the copy on the master site, and it's fine.  Maybe
>>your download got corrupted?  md5sum is:
>>
>>fee75e4ed7841c6b4b18d1e13d97859b  kernel-source-2.0.23_0.deb
>>
>>
>>Guy
>>
>>
> 
> I had the same problem and the md5sum checks so it must be something
> else.  Here is the result of my attempt:
> 
> bash# dpkg -i kernel-source-2.0.23_0.deb
> (Reading database ... 27768 files and directories currently
> installed.)
> Unpacking kernel-source-2.0.23 (from kernel-source-2.0.23_0.deb) ...
> dpkg: error processing kernel-source-2.0.23_0.deb (--install):
>  corrupted filesystem tarfile - corrupted package archive
> dpkg-deb: subprocess paste killed by signal (Broken pipe)
> Errors were encountered while processing:
>  kernel-source-2.0.23_0.deb
> 
> 
> Any ideas?
> 
> --Martin
> 
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