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Old 24th July 2006, 20:25
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Default Problem adding source

Hi..

I'm using the perfect setup for SUSE 10.1, but i'm having problem adding mirrors.

This is the logfile :

2006-07-24 20:22:17 <0> web1(4133) [media] MediaCurl.cc(doGetFileCopy):786 dest: /var/adm/mount/AP_0x00000002/media.1/license.zip
2006-07-24 20:22:17 <0> web1(4133) [media] MediaCurl.cc(doGetFileCopy):787 temp: /var/adm/mount/AP_0x00000002/media.1/license.zip.new.zypp.fi2IDZ
2006-07-24 20:22:17 <0> web1(4133) [zypp] PathInfo.cc(_Log_Result):295 rename /var/adm/mount/AP_0x00000002/media.1/license.zip.new.zypp.fi2IDZ -> /var/adm/mount/AP_0x00000002/media.1/license.zip
2006-07-24 20:22:17 <0> web1(4133) [media] MediaHandler.cc(provideFile):985 provideFile(/media.1/license.zip)
2006-07-24 20:22:17 <1> web1(4133) [YCP] AddOnProduct.ycp:756 Product has a license
2006-07-24 20:22:17 <3> web1(4133) [bash] ShellCommand.cc(shellcommand):78 sh: line 1: unzip: command not found
2006-07-24 20:22:17 <3> web1(4133) [YCP] AddOnProduct.ycp:767 Cannot unzip license -> $["exit":127, "stderr":"sh: line 1: unzip: command not found\n", "stdout":""]
2006-07-24 20:22:28 <3> web1(4133) [YCP] Report.ycp:484 An error occurred while preparing the installation system.
2006-07-24 20:22:28 <1> web1(4133) [wfm] clients/inst_source.ycp:171 Pkg Builtin called: SourceDelete
2006-07-24 20:22:28 <1> web1(4133) [zypp::SourceManager] SourceManager.cc(sourceTableRemove):91 SourceManager remove Source[5|YaST|SUSE-Linux-10.1-FTP-10.1-0-20060724-202217]{http://ftp.uni-erlangen.de/pub/mirrors/opensuse/distribution/SL-10.1/inst-source/(/)}
2006-07-24 20:22:28 <1> web1(4133) [source] MediaSet.cc(release):115 Releasing all medias of source
2006-07-24 20:22:28 <1> web1(4133) [source] MediaSet.cc(release):121 Releasing media 5
2006-07-24 20:22:28 <0> web1(4133) [media] MediaManager.cc(release):577 release(id=5)


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Please help...

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Old 24th July 2006, 22:38
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Quote:
Originally Posted by nvn
Hi..

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2006-07-24 20:22:17 <3> web1(4133) [bash] ShellCommand.cc(shellcommand):78 sh: line 1: unzip: command not found
2006-07-24 20:22:17 <3> web1(4133) [YCP] AddOnProduct.ycp:767 Cannot unzip license -> $["exit":127, "stderr":"sh: line 1: unzip: command not found\n", "stdout":""]
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you have to install unzip from your installation media (and start to think about replacing Suse's new package manager with something more reliable, apt4suse or smart for example... )
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Also bear in mind that it can take a long time until YaST finishes adding mirrors...
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