that sounds like a corrupt file system on the web server. Have the hosing guys
look after that - It's probably not the only glitch that you will see.
> Am 09.02.2020 um 06:48 schrieb Wolfgang Lenerz via Ql-Users
> > Something's wrong, I'm afraid.
> yes it definitely is.
> My local copy unzips OK.
> I downloaded the file from my site, and indeed, no way you can unzip it, the
> file has a length that doesn't even correspond to the real length of the file
> (the real length, in bytes, is actually shown on the webpage). OK, I thought,
> some file corruption happened during uploaded.. I re-upped the file. The
> length of the file on the webpage was correct (the length is displayed via a
> small php script, so it takes the length of the file as it actually is on the
> site). Just to be sure, I downloaded the file again. And again, no way to
> unzip it as again it's not a valid zip file.
> After some more re-up- and re-downloads, where I had the same problem, I
> tried various other things. The result is that I renamed the file (on the
> site, not locally!) to smsqe335b.zip (and edited the html page to point to
> that). Now it works - but the file is called smsqe335b.zip - I think one can
> live with that.
> Isn't computing wonderful?
> (Oh, and just to be sure that I wasn't dreaming, I then renamed the file to
> smsqe335.zip again -and edited the html file-, re-downloaded - not a valid
> zip file. Go figure).
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