Date: Tue, 20 Jul 2004 18:36:25 -0500
we seem to be having problems with an rpm that we took off the redhat cd
and put onto a snap server to install from via http. this rpm was
when the install goes thru, it says the file is supposed(?) to be 695k,
but the file we get off the CD is only 250k? can we just re-download
this file to our snap server?
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