Found case with "Download incomplete / try again"
Alexey N. Solofnenko
Thu Dec 22 18:17:00 GMT 2005
It does not look like a download issue. I tried downloading whole GNOME
several times on several computers and each time setup failed with the
same error. I also tried deleting all downloaded from CygwinPorts
After some experimenting it looks like their configuration breaks
something inside setup.exe. The error is not MD5 related (but there is
one other component with invalid MD5). It looks more like a bug in
handling source only components.
Chris Taylor wrote:
> Larry Hall (Cygwin) wrote:
>> Alexey N. Solofnenko wrote:
>>> Who supports Cygwin Setup? I guess this list is the best to report
>>> problems with setup.exe.
>> It's acceptable but not preferred. See:
> I don't think this is a setup issue either.
> It sounds like the download failed at one point, and has been cached
> somewhere between you and the server. Ergo it's now failing due to
> being incomplete on your machine and on the cache.
> You could /try/ wget-ing the appropriate .tar.gz manually and placing
> it in your local repository - setup should check the md5sum (or
> whichever thing it actually checks) and then move on to the next file.
> Anyway, I believe cygwinports has its own list (Yaakov?) - imo this
> discussion should probably be there..
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