I’m trying to install hscPipe8.4 via the install script (sorry if this off-topic for here, but since it shared some code under the hood I thought I’ll chance it). After some fiddling to get the initial parts installed (thank you, HSC helpdesk!) the installation essentially stalls at
[ 20/94 ] pycodestyle 2.3.1-6-g0d131b0 …
for hours with no progress.
After some more fiddling to run the actual eups distrib install command it again stalls on
eups distrib install -v -v -v --nodepend pycodestyle
http://tigress-web.princeton.edu/~HSC/hscPipe8/src/manifests/pycodestyle-2.3.1-6-g0d131b0.manifest has already been retrieved into /tmp/eups/distrib/pycodestyle_11jrypq1
Looking for mapping for python 0.0.7-3-g85c3855 Linux64
Looking for mapping for pycodestyle 2.3.1-6-g0d131b0 Linux64
Using Distrib type: eupspkg
[dl] Config parameter, EUPSPKG_TAGGED_URL, not set; skipping
Config parameter, EUPSPKG_FLAVOR_URL, not set; skipping
Trying retrieve using EUPSPKG_URL to /tmp/eups/distrib/pycodestyle_9cctqnmo
Looking on server for EUPSPKG http://tigress-web.princeton.edu/~HSC/hscPipe8/src/products/pycodestyle-2.3.1-6-g0d131b0.eupspkg
From there I tried to see if that file is the problem, which is indeed the case. When I try to download the file using wget, it makes it to 87% (or 84.56Kb) before aborting the download after timeout. Downloading via chrome seems to complete for whatever reason, again after some long at around 90% (maybe chrome just uses a longer timeout).
I’m wondering if that file somehow got corrupted on the webserver and thus effectively breaks the install script? Or is there some workaround where I can download the file locally and then install this file separately?
Any help will be greatly appreciated.