CXS installation error - gzip: stdin: unexpected end of file

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mahesh
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CXS installation error - gzip: stdin: unexpected end of file

Post by mahesh »

Hi,

I am trying to install CXS as per the instructions on the website, but am getting an error and support is closed for the holidays.

[root@host src]# wget https://download.configserver.com/cxsinstaller.tgz
--2021-12-27 00:12:28-- https://download.configserver.com/cxsinstaller.tgz
Resolving download.configserver.com (download.configserver.com)... 94.x.x.x
Connecting to download.configserver.com (download.configserver.com)|94..x.x.x|:443... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 919 [application/x-gzip]
Saving to: 'cxsinstaller.tgz'

100%[==============================================================================================================================>] 919 --.-K/s in 0s

2021-12-27 00:12:29 (41.7 MB/s) - 'cxsinstaller.tgz' saved [919/919]


[root@host src]# tar -xzf cxsinstaller.tgz
[root@host src]# perl cxsinstaller.pl ipv4
OS: [CentOS Linux release 7.9.2009 (Core)] [ipv4]
Unpacking new cxs package...

gzip: stdin: unexpected end of file
tar: Child returned status 1
tar: Error is not recoverable: exiting now
sh: line 0: cd: /usr/src/cxs: No such file or directory
sh: install.sh: No such file or directory
Tidying up...
...All done.

i have tried downloading multiple times with no success. the same error persists.

Thanks.
Sarah
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Joined: 09 Dec 2006, 22:49

Re: CXS installation error - gzip: stdin: unexpected end of file

Post by Sarah »

We have seen this when the ca-certificates rpm has not been upgraded on the server. Try upgrading that rpm or force reinstalling it with:

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yum reinstall ca-certificates
If that doesn't work, check whether your os needs updating with

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yum check-update
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