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[pdt-dev] Re: Zend PDT All-In-One CRC-check fails

Well, this is for the PDT support, true, but once it's bundled w/ Zend code and provided at a non-Eclipse.org site, it's arguably a different kettle of fish (with a different license to boot).

That said, you can find people unofficially supporting Fedora Eclipse here even though it's not distributed by Eclipse.org but by Red Hat, or Wascana (at Sourceforge) vs. CDT (at Eclipse). So you're not that far off. :)

I see Feedback and Contact links in the footer of the page...


... which you can use to submit something to Zend directly. Meanwhile, I'll copy this to pdt-dev@xxxxxxxxxxxx



Jim Ekleberry wrote:
No, I thought this was the proper place to make such a notification.

Can you point me to how to contact them directly?

Nick Boldt wrote:
Have you reported this to Zend directly? Granted, many of them watch this newsgroup, but there might be someone in their IT dept that handles this (rather than their PDT people).

Jim Ekleberry wrote:
Nick Boldt wrote:
Have you tried getting the PDT all in one from eclipse.org/pdt/downloads/ then installing the Zend stuff after that?

Jim Ekleberry wrote:
For the past 2 days I have attempted to download the Eclipse All-In-One file with Zend debugger for Linux from the zend.com/pdt site. I am unable to decompress the file due to a crc-check failure. Below is the output from trying to extract the files.

tar: Skipping to next header
gzip: stdin: invalid compressed data--crc error
gzip: stdin: invalid compressed data--length error
tar: Child returned status 1
tar: Error exit delayed from previous errors

Is anyone else having problems downloading and extracting the Linux version?

Yes but that gets me a different error about unmet dependencies.

The Mac and Windows downloads work just fine, it is just the linux file that appears to be corrupted.

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