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Old 23rd October 2017
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Default Problem installing a package

recent installation of OpenBsd 6.2
All the other packages I installed, install fine, but one :
nomacs-3.6.1 is being a problem, so I asked on the ports mail list.
The reply said they could not duplicate the problem, it installs fine, but it was suggested I look at the console and see what it says, and this is what it says:
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urndis0: urndis_decap invalid buffer len 1 < minimum header 44
This occurs at exactly the same point/file:
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link /usr/local/share/aclocal/pkg.pBvZBoz1rR -> /usr/local/share/aclocal/pkg.PS77b5nmLZ
extract share/doc/speex/manual.pdf -> /usr/local/share/doc/speex/pkg.60Leo72i6l
It gets 52% through extracting, and stops, giving that error.
I suppose I need to change a configuration, but which one ? where ?
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I don't think the problem is with the package. Instead, it's with the USB tethering network connection.

To circumvent the problem, try downloading the failing package outside of pkg_add(1). Install it by setting $PKG_PATH to the directory where it was downloaded, then run pkg_add().
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Ok , thanks, I agree it does not seem to be the packaging, also the person at the ports list said the same
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It's your network device.
Sounds like a good possible solution, to down load the one package, and see.
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downloading the failing package outside of pkg_add(
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Thanks again jggimi,
That worked great, I just downloaded speex-1.2.0.tgz, and it installed fine, then the rest of the "Nomacs" installation went fine.
Code:
# pkg_add -v file:///home/garry/speex-1.2.0.tgz
Update candidates: quirks-2.367 -> quirks-2.367
quirks-2.367 signed on 2017-10-03T11:21:28Z
partial-speex-1.2.0+partial-speex-1.2.0.1+partial-speex-1.2.0.2+partial-speex-1.2.0.3+partial-speex-1.2.0.4->speex-1.2.0: ok
Extracted 922493 from 922826
====
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 # pkg_add -v -U nomacs 
------ snip------
nomacs-3.6.1p0: ok
Look in /usr/local/share/doc/pkg-readmes for extra documentation.
Extracted 105892102 from 105893074
# exit
$
And it is working as expected. Thanks
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