On Tue, 14 Oct 2008 09:35:55 -0700
Jeremy Chadwick <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> The "Range Not Satisfiable" errors are because your db-4.2.52.tar.gz
> is of an incorrect size (probably larger than what's on the source
> site). The last error (talking about modification time) could
> indicate that you have a clock which is severely skewed or incorrect
> in some way.
> Otherwise, if you're *absolutely 100% positive* all is well, then the
> issue could be one of the following:
> 1) The db-4.2.52.tar.gz tarball on the distribution sites has changed,
> 2) There is a proxy server between you and the distribution site which
>    is caching data and returning bad stuff,
> 3) You're experiencing underlying corruption going on (network or
> disk), 4) Your ports tree is outdated or broken (some pieces are out
> of date while others are correct).
> Here's some evidence that things are indeed working (on my systems)
> how you'd expect -- everything matches up perfectly:
> $ wget -q http://download-east.oracle.com/berkeley-db/db-4.2.52.tar.gz
> $ md5 db-4.2.52.tar.gz
> MD5 (db-4.2.52.tar.gz) = 8b5cff6eb83972afdd8e0b821703c33c
> $ grep db-4.2.52.tar.gz /usr/ports/databases/db42/distinfo
> MD5 (bdb/db-4.2.52.tar.gz) = 8b5cff6eb83972afdd8e0b821703c33c
> SHA256 (bdb/db-4.2.52.tar.gz) =
> f4bddd8d1b4cde0daf5e13e3493ed62a25b736b0bf258e1d929e47bc6a82a28c SIZE
> (bdb/db-4.2.52.tar.gz) = 3919271

I got the tarball you mentioned and this one installed fine so it was
probably changed. I had one of a different size. My clock seems fine
too, it gets updated by a ntp daemon.

But all seems to be working again so thanks for the help.


I think the sky is blue because it's a shift from black through purple
to blue, and it has to do with where the light is.  You know, the
farther we get into darkness, and there's a shifting of color of light
into the blueness, and I think as you go farther and farther away from
the reflected light we have from the sun or the light that's bouncing
off this earth, uh, the darker it gets ... I think if you look at the
color scale, you start at black, move it through purple, move it on
out, it's the shifting of color.  We mentioned before about the stars
singing, and that's one of the effects of the shifting of colors.
                -- Pat Robertson, The 700 Club
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