cwRsync got killed...
dermoth at aei.ca
Wed Mar 7 13:05:02 MST 2012
On 17/02/12 01:58 PM, grarpamp wrote:
>> Side question: Does anyone know the probability of generating a file with
>> the same md5 and sha256 which is still looks valid with the expected content
> Uhh, zero. Problem is, the author never bothered with or knew about
> PKI signatures. So the hashes on the web could be wrong.
> Note also that the 4.2.0 sources have not yet popped up elsewhere...
> (Though judging from the 4.1.0 sources, it's just the installer, not
> the build script. And if you already have an install, you can just
> drop in new self built binaries over top.)
> And also that there was usually a corresponding CopSSH release,
> sometimes with different versions of ssl/ssh/rsync than cwRsync.
> (Though recent itefix releases were all in sync.)
> It's kindof a dick move, but someone else will come online
> to fill the space he vacated. They always do.
I might be a bit late, but today I tried to get the server and found
out about Itefix's move - well fortunately I had downloaded last
September and the original zip file was still lying on the server I used
So I was wondering if anyone is still interested in it? Here's the md5,
which looks like was mentioned somewhere in the thread
> Apart from that: Anybody got lucky on cwRsyncServer_4.2.0_Installer.zip
> 3961867 bytes MD5 c787dfa854775793d1a1b5c3502b57b5 ?
What I have:
I will make it available for download if it's still missing, and BTW I
would love to get the latest client-only installer.
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