1993-03-16 - Re: alternate US site for pgp22

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From: David L Racette <dlr@world.std.com>
To: Pat Farrell <pfarrell@cs.gmu.edu>
Message Hash: 50819da0c54a75cf7e8ba17a1ef50b78e42415018dae50a82bba4fb83a32a3d8
Message ID: <Pine.3.05.9303160704.A7761-a100000@world.std.com>
Reply To: <51920.pfarrell@cs.gmu.edu>
UTC Datetime: 1993-03-16 12:28:28 UTC
Raw Date: Tue, 16 Mar 93 04:28:28 PST

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From: David L Racette <dlr@world.std.com>
Date: Tue, 16 Mar 93 04:28:28 PST
To: Pat Farrell <pfarrell@cs.gmu.edu>
Subject: Re: alternate US site for pgp22
In-Reply-To: <51920.pfarrell@cs.gmu.edu>
Message-ID: <Pine.3.05.9303160704.A7761-a100000@world.std.com>
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On Sat, 13 Mar 1993, Pat Farrell wrote:

> Can someone point me to another US FTP site with PGP22. I've downloaded
> it a couple of times from soda.berkeley.edu, and can't get it unzipped.
> I've tried all known combinarions of binary, non-binary, etc.
> The file, once it reaches my PC is 209409 but pkunzip 204g says it is
> broken. If I use pkzipfix, I can get some of the files, docs, keyserver,
> etc. but it always fails with a CRC error on or after
> exploding LANGUAGE.TXT
> One piece of tech info: I have to FTP to a SUN server, and then
> use Kermit to bring the file to my PC. This has worked many times for
> many other files, but there could be some user error in here.

I had no problems with the version at soda using pkunzip v204g. Worked the
first time.