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Re: [suse-security] Patch information retrieval failed
  • From: Werner Flamme <werner.flamme@xxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 11 Apr 2006 09:39:21 +0200
  • Message-id: <443B5D29.4090209@xxxxxx>
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Miguel ALBUQUERQUE schrieb am 11.04.2006 09:06:
> Hello guys,
> I got this error when manually updating a system :
> ERROR(You:Error parsing patch description.)
> Error parsing 'Deltas' attribute. Line '
> 245406
> 3ad5216c49cc61665280daa091d520e8 xorg-x11-server-6.8.2-100 1126567701
> 3e051563544c6ffdf167c19a999566c4' doesn't have form 'filename size md5sum
> name-edition-release buildtime srcmd5sum seq'.
> Is that me or the patch description is corrupted ?


I try on every YOU server in germany available now, and I get this response
from everywhere. So either the patch or its description are broken.

At least, it is not only you ;-), it seems to be YOU :->
> Many thanks
> Miguel Albuquerque
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