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Jan
28
awarded  Yearling
Dec
16
accepted Any Issues Using Non-HFS+ As Data Partition?
Oct
28
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
19
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
30
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
23
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
10
accepted Homebrew: SHA1 Mismatch Even After Update
Aug
10
answered Homebrew: SHA1 Mismatch Even After Update
Aug
8
comment Homebrew: SHA1 Mismatch Even After Update
Curl doesn’t seem to be downloading the full files. Wget does, however. I set the environment vars but oddly didn’t see any actual difference in output when attempting to install again.
Aug
8
comment Homebrew: SHA1 Mismatch Even After Update
Nope, I’m not. As I say in the edited OP, I can download tarballs outside of Homebrew, and they won’t corrupt.
Aug
8
revised Homebrew: SHA1 Mismatch Even After Update
Specified that it's not just sshfs/autoconf this issue occurs for
Aug
8
revised Homebrew: SHA1 Mismatch Even After Update
Specified that it's not just sshfs/autoconf this issue occurs for
Aug
8
comment Homebrew: SHA1 Mismatch Even After Update
My downloads are corrupting so ignoring the hashes would be asking for trouble.
Aug
8
comment Homebrew: SHA1 Mismatch Even After Update
Thanks for the detailed instructions, but unfortunately this doesn’t help. The mismatch happens for every single program I try to download—it seems they are all corrupted on arrival.
Jul
23
asked Homebrew: SHA1 Mismatch Even After Update
Jun
17
awarded  Supporter
Mar
12
accepted Why is Keychain behaving erratically?
Dec
16
awarded  Tumbleweed
Dec
14
awarded  Student
Dec
12
awarded  Scholar