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Keith Marshall wrote:
> On 10/11/11 03:49, Charles Wilson wrote:
>> On 11/9/2011 9:02 PM, Hoyt, David wrote:
>>> I'm unsure if it's the mirror I've been assigned to or what -- but
>>> I haven't seen the update yet. I've updated my catalogs
>>From this, I deduce that David most likely did do...
>>> and re-run "mingw-get --all-related source msys-bash" but continue
>>> to get 404s.
>> Uhm, you didn't mention whether you did this or not, first:
>> mingw-get update
> I guess I wasn't paying enough attention, when I repeated my upload
> attempt; I'm not allowed to do it! Neither is Chuck.
> Cesar (Strauss) and Chris (Sutcliffe), are you following this? We need
> YOU to fix these:
> - msys-bash.xml.lzma and msys-core.xml.lzma are mode 644, and owned
> by cstrauss; Cesar, will you please chmod them to 664.
> - msys-mintty.xml.lzma is mode 644, and owned by ir0nh34d; Chris,
> will you please perform similar honours for it.
> After doing this, please then update your own mingw-dist sandboxes, and
> upload fresh copies of your respective catalogues named above.
If you delete these from the SF UI can you then upload them? I'm just
trying to determine a method for having *not* to open a SF ticket should
the owner not be available for some period of time.