> What version of gzip are you using? From www.gzip.org:
> gzip 1.2.4 may crash when an input file name is too long (over
> 1020 characters).
not in my case.
> The buffer overflow may be exploited if gzip is
> run by a server such as an ftp server. Some ftp servers allow
> compression and decompression on the fly and are thus vulnerable.
I'm not running it via ftp.
> This <http://www.gzip.org/gzip-1.2.4b.patch>patch to gzip 1.2.4
> fixes the problem. The beta version
> <http://www.gzip.org/gzip-1.3.3.tar.gz>1.3.3 already includes a
> sufficient patch; use this version if you have to handle files
> larger than 2 GB.
Tried that version, but still I have the same problem.
A new official version of gzip will be released
> soon. > > Also, check if you have compiled gzip with 64bit I/O.
> Check this gzip FAQ http://www.gzip.org/#faq10 too. > > HTH > >
I used their suggestion for unzip;
gunzip < file.gz > file
which actually completes (siting a crc error),
but gives a file size 2 bites greater than the original when unzipped.
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