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Re: Error Installing Cygwin (setup-x86_64.exe & setup-x86) - No setup.ini.sig found.
- From: Ken Brown <kbrown at cornell dot edu>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Sat, 17 Oct 2015 18:20:54 -0400
- Subject: Re: Error Installing Cygwin (setup-x86_64.exe & setup-x86) - No setup.ini.sig found.
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On 10/17/2015 5:14 PM, David Stacey wrote:
On 17/10/15 13:13, Ken Brown wrote:
On 10/17/2015 3:28 AM, Achim Gratz wrote:
Ken Brown writes:
Could you check if the setup.ini.sig file is just not stored to disk and
that setup would commence installing if you downloaded it manually and
put alongside the setup.ini file?
Is there a new requirement that a local repository has to have a
signature file? And does it have to be setup.ini.sig (rather than,
for example, setup.bz2.sig)?
You can always tell it to not check the signature (--no-verify / -X),
but if the directory you set it upon looks like a mirror and has a setup
file, then it will by default want to check the signature (belonging to
the actual suffix used: .xz, .bz2 and lastly .ini).
I maintain my own small repository at a remote site and mirror it on my local
machine. It contains, for each architecture, setup.ini, setup.xz, and
setup.xz.sig. Installation from the remote site works fine. If I try to
install from my local mirror, setup complains that it can't find
setup.ini.sig. I can install from the local mirror only if I add setup.ini.sig.
Same here. I maintain a local mirror and use my own setup.ini files (created
with genini); these do not have 'sig' files. Directory structure is as follows:
The 'setup.ini' files are located in the 'x86' and 'x86_64' directories; setup
is pointed at the 'cygwin-2015-10-16' directory. Eventually managed to install
using an older version of setup that I had downloaded previously.
Thanks for the confirmation, Dave. Since Achim can't reproduce the problem,
maybe we should temporarily forget about local mirrors and go back to the
simpler situation reported by the OP. I just reproduced that problem in a
simpler form as follows:
1. Download setup-x86.exe from the Cygwin website, and put it in an empty
2. Run setup-x86.exe. Choose "Install from Internet". Choose the nonexistent
c:\cygwin-test as root directory. Choose c:/download-test as local package
directory. Choose http://mirrors.kernel.org as the only download site.
Repeatedly click "Next" while setup does a base install.
At this point, the download directory looks like this:
3. Run setup-x86.exe again, this time choosing "Install from Local Directory".
setup complains that it can't get
from <localdir>. [This is the first bug; if setup expects to find signature
files in local directories, it should save the ones it downloads.]
4. Retry, this time using setup-x86.exe -X. The "Select Packages" screen lists
all the installed packages, but for each package the only options are "Keep" and
"Uninstall". [This is the second bug; setup has apparently failed to descend
5. Repeat, but this time change the local package directory from the default
each package has the additional option "Reinstall" (which works).
Achim, can you reproduce this? Please use the official setup-x86.exe rather
than the one you built, in case your local setup repo is somehow different from
the upstream repo.
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