Thanks - I tried twice already, and got same result. BTW it would be good to
have an anon ftp download facility (ftp.anomy.mailtools.net perhaps), then I
could do it server-to-server and not run the (small) risk of corruption of
http:// to local computer then ftp to server. Or is there another way round
Other factor may be I just used CPAN to download various modules,
spamassassin, and it downloaded a mass of modules & updates as dependencies.
Maybe these new CPAN modules are fussier?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bjarni R. Einarsson" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Oliver" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, October 22, 2002 5:11 PM
Subject: [anomy-list]: Re: unable to unpack 1.55 tar.gz
This is the first report I've heard of such problems - I would venture
that the file got corrupted somewhere on the way and you should simply
On 2002-10-22, 13:04:58 (+0100), Oliver wrote:
> Hi, I just tried to unpack the 1.55 tar.gz as downloaded:
> Because it only seems to be available as http:// I downloaded to my local
> computer, then ftp'ed (as binary) to the server. But it would not
> see dialog below.
> have I done something wrong, or is there a problem with the package? BTW
> have previously installed 1.54 without difficulty (though it is not
> on the server after a clean wipe).
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