Hi! I'm new to UBUNTU!
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Tue Jun 1 17:52:26 UTC 2010
On Jun 1, 2010, at 10:20 AM, Maurice McCarthy <manselton at gmail.com>
>> So, I tried "sudo aptitude update" and got thru 12 gets without a
>> hitch. Every get after that had an error like "Sub-process /bin/
>> returned an error code (2)". 36 gets were atempted but the last 24
>> had that bzip2 error. What can I do about this?
>> A. Jorge Garcia
> In the man page for bzip2
> Return values: 0 for a normal exit, 1 for environmental
> problems (file
> not found, invalid flags, I/O errors, &c), 2 to indicate a
> corrupt com‐
> pressed file, 3 for an internal consistency error (eg,
> bug) which
> caused bzip2 to panic.
> So error code 2 is a corrupt compressed file (i.e. the downloaded .deb
> file) which suggests something wrong with transmission or reception or
> hardware rather than the operating system. This may not be Ubuntu
> related. I'm afraid I'm getting out of my depth but have a look at log
> files in /var/log such as the apt folder or aptitude file to see if
> there are any clues.
> You might try
> aptitude reinstall bzip2
> just to rule that out but it is not likely to change anything.
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I did everything you suggested a still no joy. The logs just
contained time stamps for everytime I started an update all of which
I don't know how bzip2 is corrupted as this a fresh install from a
live Ununtu 10.04 CD...
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