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Re: Skipping to next header file

-----Original Message-----
From: Aaron Walker <aaron@iconmedia.com>
To: Debian User List <debian-user@lists.debian.org>
Date: Friday, December 19, 1997 9:44 AM
Subject: tar: Skipping to next header file

>I am trying to unpack the newest kernel source in /usr/src.  It goes
>along fine until it stops and says:
>tar: Skipping to next header file
>gzip: linux-2.0.33.tgz: invalid compressed data---crc error
>tar: Archive - EOF not on block boundary
>I used the following commands to try to uncompress the kernel source:
>gzip -dc linux-2.0.33.tgz | tar xvB
>tar xpvf linux-2.0.33.tgz
>They both produced the same error.
>Any ideas? Please help.
I use ftp.kernel.org.  The cmd "zcat filename|tar xv" works fine.

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