Bad GZip Header Error on mod install
When I try to install [url=http://withsix.com/p/Arma-3/collections/6cwqztRHdEWfvdddWpa3kA/43-Commando]this[/url] modpack I get a "Bad GZip Header" error. any help?
please check [url=https://trello.com/c/5hMKL6Br]https://trello.com/c/5hMKL6Br[/url]
if still issues, please enable Diagnostics mode in the Settings,
try again, and on failure Save the diagnostics logs and send them to us, over dropbox or similar service, or by email to support (at) withsix (dot) com. Thanks.
@123a169 personally I was able to download the full mod pack from scratch without any issue.
[url=https://mega.nz/#F!U5NTVaIQ!6InOR8daTtweQAqPGGZauA]Here[/url] are the logs that were saved after the error occured.
@123a169 thanks a bunch, you are experiencing the same problem as the one referred to in the trello ticket above.
Some security suite, software, or proxy software/server is replacing the downloads with an actual image file, probably saying it's blocked.
Could you for instance visit in your browser:
[/url]see if you see images... or rename the downloaded file to .gif extension and then open the file.
Otherwise you could send the files to us again via Mega or so, then we can analyze them also :)
@Sickboy yeah I'm not seeing any image when I click those links. I downloaded them as well and changed extensions and still saw nothing.
What file do you want me to send?
@123a169 weird.. the .zsync file would be fine for now.
Hm actually, if you could send the [url=http://c1-us.sixmirror.com/synq/1ba63c97-2a18-42a7-8380-70886067582e/objects/ad/8e894a87e1aa4cd49cee7d21bb924aaa61cfc9]8e894a87e1aa4cd49cee7d21bb924aaa61cfc9[/url] file when manually downloaded, but also find this file in your .synq\objects directory.
It should be in a sub directory (the filename is split in 2, the first 2 characters are used as directory name, then the rest of the characters are used as filename)
I hope the content of that file should shed us light on what is going on here.. Thanks and sorry for the hassle.
@Sickboy Sorry for such a late response but I am not seeing any folder like the one you mentioned. [url=https://mega.nz/#!swEV2CbI!atJWjTzxVVuh4n2eGj4giwEAvVLubeABG0Fevl8IDq4]Here[/url] is my downloaded image though.
Hello, me again,
I am still having the bad gzip error as above here like I talked to you about a few weeks back.
I see the info you provided to 123a above, but upon putting those urls in a browser and running them, nothing happens in the browser.
I have been to my Kaspersky firewall and as far as I can tell, enabled six networks and play with six. The only other filter I have is windows defender & Spy Protector.
My Spy Protector security task manager is giving a 75% chance that CefSharp.browserSubprocess that claims to be associated with playwith6 is a bad program.
I have been to windows defender and as far as I can see, it is not stopping playwith6 processes.
Maybe you can use tech language for a non-super-techie to explain the above comments to 123a so I might be able to assist you assist me better?