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Old 04-28-2018, 01:38 PM   #1
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HTTP 404 for a SARPI Project package


These files output a http 404 error when accessed on the SARPI Project web site:

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http://sarpi.co.uk/files/rpi3/142/syspkg/sarpi3-hacks-3.0-armv7-1_slack14.2_26Apr18_sp1.txz
http://sarpi.co.uk/files/rpi3/142/syspkg/sarpi3-hacks-3.0-armv7-1_slack14.2_26Apr18_sp1.md5

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Old 04-28-2018, 04:13 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by mralk3 View Post
These files output a http 404 error when accessed on the SARPI Project web site:

Code:
http://sarpi.co.uk/files/rpi3/142/syspkg/sarpi3-hacks-3.0-armv7-1_slack14.2_26Apr18_sp1.txz
http://sarpi.co.uk/files/rpi3/142/syspkg/sarpi3-hacks-3.0-armv7-1_slack14.2_26Apr18_sp1.md5
That's because there are new SARPi disk images and packages available. The new files supplant the old ones.

Everything can be downloaded from: http://sarpi.co.uk/index.php?p=downloads

If you are wondering, "Are previous SARPi builds available?" then the answer is "No". Although if you need something for a specific purpose then I can usually help out.

<edit> e.g. because we have them all on backup, just not online and publicly accessible.

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<edit #2 + egg on face> Scratch what I just posted. OMG what a n00b I am. OK. Thanks, it looks like I forgot to change a filename or two after it was uploaded. All working now.

/me crawls back to his Saturday night movie and pretends this never happened. <whistling innocently>

Thanks mralk3.

Last edited by Penthux; 04-28-2018 at 04:26 PM. Reason: Slackware ARM - it's not for NOOBS!
 
Old 04-28-2018, 04:37 PM   #3
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HTTP 404 for a SARPI Project package

No worries. Thanks for fixing it and all your hard work.
 
  


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