Setup reports "http://mirrors.kernel.org/sourceware/cygwin/" no longer supported
Sun Jul 19 15:13:07 GMT 2020
On 19/07/2020 06:29, Takashi Yano via Cygwin wrote:
> On Sun, 19 Jul 2020 04:42:33 +0000
> Matt Seitz wrote:
>>> From: Cygwin On Behalf Of Brian Inglis
>>> On 2020-07-18 19:09, Matt Seitz wrote:
>>>> When I ran Setup today to get the latest Cygwin, Setup reported an error:
>>>> Warning: One or more mirrors you have selected is/are not on the list of
>>> official Cygwin mirrors any more. It/They may be out of date or missing some
Thanks for reporting this.
>>> For more info check: https://cygwin.com/mirrors-report.html
>>> the status counts agree with the server statuses in the tables below.
>>> Most issues are transient or fairly short term; if the mirror status changes to o
>>> out-of-date, you may want to reach out to the mirror host support and report
>>> an issue; if it is a weekend, there may be no support available.
>> Thanks for your help! I just checked the page, and didn't see any errors reported for "http://mirrors.kernel.org/sourceware/cygwin/". I downloaded and ran Setup again and still saw the same error.
> Please try
> rather than
Yeah, a few days ago some of the mirrors in the mirror list were
upgraded from http:// to https://, and this seems to be an unfortunate
consequence of the way setup handles that change.
I've re-added the http:// variants to the mirror list, so other people
won't trip over this, but I guess this migration case needs some special
handling in setup.
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