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Hi Guys, I have exported a selfmade theme and imported this into a another site to use. I can upload the tar file, then I got a error says the tar is corrupt. And give my the following output:
The rights for the map is to apache. Version 9.0.6

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Could you upload the TAR file here please.


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Yes I can. Here as Attachement.

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Photo theme
» Download: Photo_Theme-21032013-1303.tar (493 Kb, 98 downloads so far)


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The export file is missing all the maps and files in it. I use the normal standard way to export a theme.
This is a sub-domain. Thats why the tar is so small. I have no idea why this is happen. I had no problems before with export.

Hopely Chris has a idea….


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Thanks. It may be a few days until I can look at this, as I am bogged down in some complex work at the moment -- but I will come back to it as soon as I can.


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Oke Chris thanks...


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Hmm, I can't quite explain this. This might be a server configuration issue, but it sure is a weird one.

The file attached is not a tar file, it's a gzipped tar file (aka a "tarball"). ocPortal would not have done this, it would have made (and can understand) tar files, not gzipped tar files.

You can actually convert it back to a normal tar on Linux or Mac via the command line:

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gunzip <path>
and I can confirm ocPortal has no problem understanding the result.

Perhaps your server has somehow been configured to gzip all URLs not already gzipped and your browser did not ungzip what it was saving.
Or perhaps you made some manual changes and your zip application saved it differently.


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Chris thanks, I got a annoucement of our provider that the domain is parc on another server, this will explain the problem. My own own server must be her-installed because he was roothacket.

That also explain that all my pages had the apache rights.

Thanks anyway for the time you have made free for this.


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