Let me start by saying this:
New kernel - 2.6.24
AMD 64 bit system.
No other changes made. Can't remember using gzip yet... but likely have.
I'm trying to uncompress a tar.gz file. It happens to be truecrypt 5.0 that just was released.
For the life of me I can't get it to gunzip.
gzip -d [file.tar.gz]
both give the same error:
gunzip: TrueCrypt 5.0 Source.tar.gz has more than one entry -- unchanged
gzip: TrueCrypt 5.0 Source.tar.gz has more than one entry -- unchanged
I thought it might be a problem with the filename containing spaces so I renamed it to one without spaces but the same error is the result.
tar xzf [file.tar.gz] gives this error:
gzip: stdin has more than one entry--rest ignored
tar: Child returned status 2
tar: Error exit delayed from previous errors
Anyone seen this before? Is this related to the kernel or 64 bit system?
I tried updating gzip but it is already the newest. Tar also... but I didn't think that would help anyway.
Thanks in advance.