pngquant md5 mismatch?

Luke Kendall luke.kendall@cisra.canon.com.au
Tue Jul 15 00:32:00 GMT 2014


On 15/07/14 00:20, Christopher Faylor wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 14, 2014 at 06:33:14PM +1000, Luke Kendall wrote:
>> On 14/07/14 12:15, Christopher Faylor wrote:
>>> On Mon, Jul 14, 2014 at 11:05:48AM +1000, Luke Kendall wrote:
>>>> For a few days now, mirrors.kernel.org has had a mismatch in the md5sum
>>>> for the component
>>>> pngquant-2.0.20130820+git1e28372-1-src.tar.bz2 in the pngquant package
>>>> in the x86_64 architecture:
>>>>
>>>> $ grep pngquant-2.0.20130820+git1e28372-1-src.tar.bz [path-omitted]/cygwin-nightly/x86_64/setup.ini
>>>>
>>>> source: x86_64/release/pngquant/pngquant-2.0.20130820+git1e28372-1-src.tar.bz2 205502 ddf6b09472bb55ca46ab90f1f965572c
>>>>
>>>> $ md5sum [path-omitted]/cygwin-nightly/x86_64/release/pngquant/pngquant-2.0.20130820+git1e28372-1-src.tar.bz2
>>>>
>>>> 2c12df64c780640f38c00007e4f78ee9  [path-omitted]/cygwin-nightly/x86_64/release/pngquant/pngquant-2.0.20130820+git1e28372-1-src.tar.bz2
>>> I just downloaded the file manually and don't see any problem.  The
>>> md5sum is correct.
>>>
>>
>> You're right.
>>
>> We seem to have an interesting problem at our end, for that single
>> file.  (We have the x86 component duplicated in the x86_64 for that
>> single file only: size, date, data.)
>
> In case it isn't obvious, your nonstandard use of Cygwin mirrors is
> not something that should be debugged in this mailing list.  If you have
> problems running setup*.exe then those will need to be fixed.
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> can confirm that they actually affect people who are attempting to
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Sigh.

Yes, I know it's unusual to check a regular Cygwin rsync through an
automated process rather than via a manual, GUI-driven method.

Thank you for taking the time to investigate in this instance.  It did
not occur to me that one file out of 12,000 might have been copied to
the wrong location, so I *assumed* it would be a problem that would
affect people who attempted to install Cygwin via setup.exe.

You're quite right, I should also have checked the mirror directly, as
you did.

luke

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