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I guess this is trivial and most commonly asked question, but I'd reiterate it again here as I'm not able to find a correct solution.

I'm trying to install Ubuntu Cloud setup on VMWare using the package from and have this basic installation setup issue as per the below image.

file:///cdrom/pool/main/k/klibc/klibc-utils_1.5.25-1ubuntu2_amd64.deb was corrupt

The issue is I cannot continue by skipping this as you know this happens to be the most important setup.

How can I fix this? Help is sincerely appreciated.

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Sound either like a bad ISO or the server where you got it from has messed up the ISO. Can you get it from another location? – Rinzwind Oct 6 '12 at 6:24
But that's gross! Ubuntu is releasing a bad ISO for it's cloud?! And that too 12.04, the latest version? I downloaded it from the Ubuntu website, bro. – curlyreggie Oct 8 '12 at 1:34
So? Only need to have 1 bad sector on a harddisc and the ISO becomes a problem. Report it to the ppl that are responsible ;) – Rinzwind Oct 8 '12 at 6:39

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