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Re: [opensuse] systems see same file differently
  • From: Doug McGarrett <dmcgarrett@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 07 Dec 2006 20:30:20 -0500
  • Message-id: <0J9X00EYPLII37R0@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
At 07:58 PM 12/7/2006 -0500, Coach-X wrote:
>I have a 1GB tar.gz file sitting on a windows share and have 3 systems
>connected via samba to that share.
>System A & B see the file just fine, and both report the same md5sum
>info. System C sees the file as corrupt and with a different md5sum.
>My problem, I need the file on system C and am puzzled about why it sees
>this file differently than the other two. All systems are running SuSE
>9.3 32-bit, however, system C is an intel core 2 duo 64-bit processor.
>System A & B are older P3 systems.
>Has anyone every had anything like this and can offer suggestions as to
>why this might be happening.
>Thank you for your time

Maybe sneaker mail is your answer--copy the file to a disk and sneaker
it over to the recalcitrant machine. I know this is crude, but it just
might work.


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