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Old 3rd March 2011
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Default pkgin - fetch failure/ Not logged in

Hi there,

I'm using pkgin to install and manage binary packages on NetBSD 5.1 (i386). Today I've tried to install "xfce4", but I get this "fetch failure":

Quote:
downloading packages...
downloading p5-glib2-1.223.tgz: 100%
downloading usbids-20081118.tgz: 100%
pkgin: fetch failure (Not logged in), retrying
pkgin: fetch failure (Not logged in), retrying
pkgin: fetch failure (Not logged in)
pkgin: could not fetch url: ftp://ftp3.de.netbsd.org/pub/pkgsrc/...it-0.9nb7.tgz: Not logged in
pkgin always downloads exactly two packages and then stalls with the above mentioned report.

Is it a problem with the mirror (ftp3.de.netbsd.org)? How do I "log in"?
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