2006-03-13 16:24:27 UTC
this type of problem.
I just downloaded it without any problems. The steps I took:
From XP: right-clicked on the "V-710K" for the RXDASD package, choosing
"Save target as" to a directory on my PC.
On the PC: opened a DOS-box and issued: SEND RXDASD.VMARC b:RXDASD
From VM (on Pcomm session "b:"), issued: FileList * * E
Filename Filetype Fm Format Lrecl Records Blocks Date Time
RXDASD VMARC E1 F 80 9080 178 3/13/06
On the '===' command line for that file, issued: VMARC UNPACK / = = e
All the files unpacked perfectly. Now... at some point in the past I
have set a PComm file transfer default for ".vmarc" files, but don't
any evidence of having done so at this time.
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Can't VMARC LIST or UNPACK the RXDASD VMARC package
Anyone else have trouble with unpacking the VM download package named
I can VMARC UNPACK other files without problems.
I've tried multiple binary downloads of RXDASD from VM's
and when I do VMARC LIST RXDASD VMARC A
always gives this error trying to read the file:
RXDASD EXEC A1. Bytes in= 16384, bytes out= 0 ( 0%).
Invalid header for compacted file.
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