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I'm trying to install this system unto disk 2, which is a 60gig WD drive. Disk 1 is WD 60 gig as well. The installation progresses through the partitioning phase with no problems. However, when it gets to the "installing "base system:, I get the following error: "file:/instmnt/pool/main/i/iptables/iptables_1.2.6a-5_i386.deb was corrupt". When I continue, it tells me that it could not download iptables. The install medium is cd-rom. The machine is running W2K -Pro, with 1 gig memory. Anybody have any ideas?? The distribution Cd's are from AgileOS. Thanks in advance. Note: I had this installed at one time without any ...

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    Default Debian Linux (Woody) 3.0rev1

    I'm trying to install this system unto disk 2, which is a 60gig WD drive.
    Disk 1 is WD 60 gig as well. The installation progresses through the
    partitioning phase with no problems. However, when it gets to the
    "installing "base system:, I get the following error:
    "file:/instmnt/pool/main/i/iptables/iptables_1.2.6a-5_i386.deb was corrupt".
    When I continue, it tells me that it could not download iptables. The
    install medium is cd-rom. The machine is running W2K -Pro, with 1 gig
    memory. Anybody have any ideas?? The distribution Cd's are from AgileOS.
    Thanks in advance.
    Note: I had this installed at one time without any problems on this
    machine - but -----should have known better I guess.


    WILLIAM GRUENEWALD Guest

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    Default Re: Debian Linux (Woody) 3.0rev1

    Hello

    WILLIAM GRUENEWALD (<twc4076207554earthlink.net>) wrote:
    > I'm trying to install this system unto disk 2, which is a 60gig WD
    > drive.
    > Disk 1 is WD 60 gig as well. The installation progresses through the
    > partitioning phase with no problems. However, when it gets to the
    > "installing "base system:, I get the following error:
    > "file:/instmnt/pool/main/i/iptables/iptables_1.2.6a-5_i386.deb was
    > corrupt".
    > When I continue, it tells me that it could not download iptables. The
    > install medium is cd-rom. The machine is running W2K -Pro, with 1 gig
    > memory. Anybody have any ideas?? The distribution Cd's are from
    > AgileOS. Thanks in advance.
    Maybe the cdrom is dirty or damaged and the drive has problems reading
    the file. Try to copy it manually to see if the file can be read. It is
    located in the pool/main/i/iptables directory on the cdrom. Check it
    with md5sums (there is md5sums for W32 available in the tools folder).

    Mine says:

    fbd648f7db424b89b2d9e903c47d67b5 iptables_1.2.6a-5_i386.deb

    best regards
    Andreas Janssen

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    Andreas Janssen
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    Andreas Janssen Guest

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    Default Re: Debian Linux (Woody) 3.0rev1

    Andreas Janssen wrote:
    > Hello
    >
    > WILLIAM GRUENEWALD (<twc4076207554earthlink.net>) wrote:
    >
    >> I'm trying to install this system unto disk 2, which is a 60gig WD
    >> drive.
    >> Disk 1 is WD 60 gig as well. The installation progresses through the
    >> partitioning phase with no problems. However, when it gets to the
    >> "installing "base system:, I get the following error:
    >> "file:/instmnt/pool/main/i/iptables/iptables_1.2.6a-5_i386.deb was
    >> corrupt".
    >> When I continue, it tells me that it could not download iptables. The
    >> install medium is cd-rom. The machine is running W2K -Pro, with 1 gig
    >> memory. Anybody have any ideas?? The distribution Cd's are from
    >> AgileOS. Thanks in advance.
    >
    > Maybe the cdrom is dirty or damaged and the drive has problems reading
    > the file.
    I am pretty sure it is a damaged CD, I had similar problems a while ago and
    it was the broken CD ...

    Kind regards, Joerg.

    Joerg Morbitzer Guest

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    Default Re: Debian Linux (Woody) 3.0rev1

    In article <bjplmp$lnu5p$2ID-162417.news.uni-berlin.de>, Joerg Morbitzer wrote:
    > Andreas Janssen wrote:
    >
    >> Hello
    >>
    >> WILLIAM GRUENEWALD (<twc4076207554earthlink.net>) wrote:
    >>
    >>> I'm trying to install this system unto disk 2, which is a 60gig WD
    >>> drive.
    >>> Disk 1 is WD 60 gig as well. The installation progresses through the
    >>> partitioning phase with no problems. However, when it gets to the
    >>> "installing "base system:, I get the following error:
    >>> "file:/instmnt/pool/main/i/iptables/iptables_1.2.6a-5_i386.deb was
    >>> corrupt".
    >>> When I continue, it tells me that it could not download iptables. The
    >>> install medium is cd-rom. The machine is running W2K -Pro, with 1 gig
    >>> memory. Anybody have any ideas?? The distribution Cd's are from
    >>> AgileOS. Thanks in advance.
    >>
    >> Maybe the cdrom is dirty or damaged and the drive has problems reading
    >> the file.
    >
    > I am pretty sure it is a damaged CD, I had similar problems a while ago and
    > it was the broken CD ...
    >
    > Kind regards, Joerg.
    >
    if you have high speed connection, I HIGHLY reccomend using a netinstall
    disk. Do google search on "debian netinst". This would avoid this kind
    of problem. I completely stopped burinding debian iso's due to this
    problem you described and started using netinst.


    John Doe Guest

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