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shadowace
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« on: April 28, 2009, 05:12:58 PM »

When I download the version 1.2 development zip files from the Marvell web site I am getting corrupt files inside the zip archives:

# unzip -t SheevaPlug_LSP.zip.1
Archive:  SheevaPlug_LSP.zip.1
    testing: SheevaPlug_LSP/LSP - Image/   OK
    testing: SheevaPlug_LSP/LSP - Image/uImage.sheeva.040309   OK
    testing: SheevaPlug_LSP/LSP - Sources/   OK
    testing: SheevaPlug_LSP/LSP - Sources/0011_nand_4bit_ecc_support.patch   OK
    testing: SheevaPlug_LSP/LSP - Sources/linux-2.6.22.18.tar.bz2   bad CRC 06e2ed21  (should be 4827c36c)
    testing: SheevaPlug_LSP/LSP - Sources/linux-feroceon_4_2_7_KW.zip   bad CRC dfdd43d9  (should be da56b63a)


and

 unzip -t SheevaPlug_Host_SWsupportPackageLinuxHost.zip.1
Archive:  SheevaPlug_Host_SWsupportPackageLinuxHost.zip.1
    testing: LinuxHost/gcc.tar.bz2    bad CRC f67cf1a5  (should be 33f9cb16)
    testing: LinuxHost/Linux Host Filesystem - rootfs.tar.bz2   bad CRC 60d6a55d  (should be 459ca48a)

Anyone else experiencing this?

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« Reply #1 on: April 28, 2009, 06:11:36 PM »

Try down loading the files again from Marvell. I just downloaded SheevaPlug_LSP.zip and unzip -t the file and got:
 unzip -t SheevaPlug_LSP_test.zip
Archive:  SheevaPlug_LSP_test.zip
    testing: SheevaPlug_LSP/LSP - Image/   OK
    testing: SheevaPlug_LSP/LSP - Image/uImage.sheeva.040309   OK
    testing: SheevaPlug_LSP/LSP - Sources/   OK
    testing: SheevaPlug_LSP/LSP - Sources/0011_nand_4bit_ecc_support.patch   OK
    testing: SheevaPlug_LSP/LSP - Sources/linux-2.6.22.18.tar.bz2   OK
    testing: SheevaPlug_LSP/LSP - Sources/linux-feroceon_4_2_7_KW.zip   OK
No errors detected in compressed data of SheevaPlug_LSP_test.zip.

The site was down earlier today, maybe there was an issue.

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« Reply #2 on: April 28, 2009, 06:38:44 PM »

Must be something I can't explain locally.  I downloaded and tested the zip archives at work and they are fine.
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« Reply #3 on: April 30, 2009, 03:21:30 AM »

maybe your drive is getting out of space?

what 'df -h' tells you?
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« Reply #4 on: April 30, 2009, 07:19:50 AM »

Good question, but this occured on both my Linux server and my Windoz workstation.  And I have plenty of disk space on both.  I downloaded the zip archives individdually to both machines with the resulting corruption. 

I can't explain it, except for my internet connection is different at home and at work.  Oh well, I found a work-around and I can proceed now.

Thanks for your suggestions.
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