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Artifact ID: 6be2157e915ceb46c1aaea25add65d71281138f1
Ticket: 5985c9b4a32936d7a2e00a131dea98ca8de2a31e
Failure in download step during
Date: 2017-09-08 08:51:20
User: anonymous
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  1. Change comment to:

    Hello Roy,


    I download the latest Kit-creator package to try building one for my RHEL5 x86_64 machine. I am facing a fatal stop issue while downloading the tcl package. Here is the log printed by kitcreator on shell
    =============================
    ~396$ ./kitcreator --enable-64bit
    Building tcl ...  Unable to download source code for Tcl.
      Aborting Tcl -- further packages will likely also fail.
     failed.
    ./kitcreator: line 297: /tclConfig.sh: No such file or directory
    =============================

    If I check inside the tcl/build.log then
    ---------------------------------------------------
    2017-09-08 14:05:29 (551 KB/s) - `src/tcl8.6.7.tar.gz.new' saved [9687799/9687799]

    unknown option '-sha256'
    options are
    -c              to output the digest with separating colons
    -d              to output debug info
    -hex            output as hex dump
    -binary         output in binary form
    -sign   file    sign digest using private key in file
    -verify file    verify a signature using public key in file
    -prverify file  verify a signature using private key in file
    -keyform arg    key file format (PEM or ENGINE)
    -signature file signature to verify
    -binary         output in binary form
    -engine e       use engine e, possibly a hardware device.
    -md5 to use the md5 message digest algorithm (default)
    -md4 to use the md4 message digest algorithm
    -md2 to use the md2 message digest algorithm
    -sha1 to use the sha1 message digest algorithm
    -sha to use the sha message digest algorithm
    -mdc2 to use the mdc2 message digest algorithm
    -ripemd160 to use the ripemd160 message digest algorithm
    Hash (sha256) mismatch: Got: ; Expected: 7c6b8f84e37332423cfe5bae503440d88450da8cc1243496249faa5268026ba5
    -------------------------------------------------

    I am unable to trace which command is resulting in this fatal issue. Kindly help resolve this problem at the earliest.

    Thanks,
    Madhur
  2. Change foundin to "0.10.2"
  3. Change login to "anonymous"
  4. Change private_contact to "b7784511c1da2761becb352021d0c3b65876b49b"
  5. Change severity to "Critical"
  6. Change status to "Open"
  7. Change title to "Failure in download step during"
  8. Change type to "Incident"