Build 1174 .tar.gz for Linux corrupt?

Anyone else having problems with the .tar.gz version of 1174? I get :

$ tar tzf idea1174.tar.gz >/dev/null
tar: A lone zero block at 141775
tar: Skipping to next header
tar: Error exit delayed from previous errors

I've downloaded 3 times in case it was corrupted in transit, but get the
same md5sum each time : b41456ef277b79f41438019fb3d3c5ad

Ignoring zeroed blocks doesn't help (not that I expected it would...).

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Mark Scott

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I get this too.

Could you guys please re-upload the tar.gz file for build 1174?

Kind regards, Stefan Freyr.

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Hi,

Stefan Freyr Stefansson wrote:

I get this too.

Could you guys please re-upload the tar.gz file for build 1174?

Kind regards, Stefan Freyr.


I got the same error (Debian SID, 2.4.25, etx3, tar 1.13.93), but on an other
machine (RedHat 6.2, 2.2.14-5.0, ext2, tar 1.13.17) everything was fine!?!?

- Jens

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Could someone from IntelliJ please comment on this?!

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Somebody mentioned, that SmartCVS' tar.gz file was corrupt, but it
isn't. Another one reported, that the new tar on Linux has been broken.

Tom

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On Thu, 11 Mar 2004 11:59:41 +0100, Thomas Singer (MoTJ) wrote:

Somebody mentioned, that SmartCVS' tar.gz file was corrupt, but it
isn't. Another one reported, that the new tar on Linux has been broken.


Interesting. I was seeing the problem with tar 1.13.93 (on Debian Sid).
The archive untars fine with tar 1.13.25 (on Debian Woody). Reports on
the Debian BTS say the same thing, mainly about archives from the Apache
Jakarta project.

Thanks for pointing us in the right direction.

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Mark Scott

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Thanks... I downgraded tar and it works fine now.

Kudos!

Kind regards, Stefan Freyr.

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On Tue, 09 Mar 2004 20:56:59 +0000, Mark Scott wrote:

Just an FYI for all the IDEA-on-Sid folks out there...

For Debian, this has been fixed by the tar 1.13.93-3 update to the
unstable archive. It incorporates a patch from upstream that issues a
warning instead of exiting with an error when the relevant situation
occurs. It seems there are conflicting tar creation implementations out
there (as opposed to GNU tar being in some way broken).

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Mark Scott

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I just downloaded 1179(!) and it doesn't look fixed to me. I have tar-1.13.93-3 installed but it won't extract the archive. Neither does fileroller from the GNOME desktop work.

I filed a bug.

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hmm... 1179? where did you get that from? i only get 1177 on the EAP page.

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On Mon, 22 Mar 2004 16:32:54 +0000, tom quas wrote:

I just downloaded 1179(!) and it doesn't look fixed to me. I have
tar-1.13.93-3 installed but it won't extract the archive. Neither does
fileroller from the GNOME desktop work.


It extracted with a zero-block warning but no error for me. Where did you
get the archive from? I just opened it without error in fileroller 2.4.4
too.

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Mark Scott

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On Mon, 22 Mar 2004 16:40:53 +0000, Stefan Freyr Stefansson wrote:

hmm... 1179? where did you get that from? i only get 1177 on the EAP page.


<http://www.intellij.net/eap/products/idea/redirect.jsp?filename=idea-4.0.2.tar.gz>

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Mark Scott

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$ tar -tzvf idea-4.0.2.tar.gz
-rw-rr / 25376 2004-03-18 16:05:22 idea-1179/Readme.txt
-rw-rr / 19639 2004-03-18 16:04:50 idea-1179/redist/forms_rt.jar-rw-rr / 67871 2004-03-18 16:04:56 idea-1179/redist/javac2.jar
tar: A lone zero block at 150993

It stops right after javac2.jar; trying to extract it using tar -xzvf or gunzip -dc idea.tar.gz|tar -xf - didn't help either; the parts coming after javac2.jar are missing.

BTW: I downloaded the generic Unix archive from http://www.jetbrains.com/idea/download/index.html

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On Tue, 23 Mar 2004 11:25:34 +0000, tom quas wrote:

tar: A lone zero block at 150993


This is the new warning (rather than an error) that's generated when an
archive that doesn't comply with the tar spec (or whatever defines a tar's
content) is unpacked. If there was an error then it would say so.

It stops right after javac2.jar;


That's because javac2.jar is the last file in the archive :)

The md5 checksum of my file is 3328ba1a28f15ce105f8e18f872a6bac (if you
want to be sure you have the same file as me).

Trust me - it'll work just fine.

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Mark Scott

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Trust me - it'll work just fine.


It does. Thanks.

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