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gurusaya Aug 25, 2011 02:21 PM
Hello there! Glad to see that the v.15 of Corine LandCover is available, and finally includes the UK (even 2000-2006, in contrast with what the 'geographical coverage' would suggest). Unfortunately, the vector version of the 1990-2000 changes ( seems to be broken (I get a warning about the file structure when unzipping). Can you fix this please?
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michimau Aug 25, 2011 03:53 PM
Hello Gurusaya,

Thanks for sharing your happiness :)
About the mentioned broken file: the zip file works fine for me and it has been created with zip program which comes with cywin.
Could you try to download the file again, in order to be sure you have no broken downloaded file?

gurusaya Aug 25, 2011 05:23 PM
I've been able to solve the problem with a "ZIP repair" software... but imho the onbine file is still corrupt (the bug occurred after several downloads, with Power Archiver & 7-zip). Thanks for your fast answer anyway, Cheers.
michimau Aug 26, 2011 11:38 AM
Hi Gurusaya,

The file was created with Zip (cywin version) 3.0 and i found that 7-zip (version 9.20) and Winrar 4.01 can handle the file with no hesitations.
Just to be sure, i just recreated the archive with winrar and i published this new file, hoping to solve your problems. Let me know if you keep facing problems (empty the cash of your browser before trying to download the new file!) :-)

michimau Aug 26, 2011 03:04 PM
Hi Gurusaya,

all my apologies. I was actually checking another archive (which was fine).
The archive was indeed corrupted so I updated the file: should be fine now.
Thanks for your help.

Have a great weekend
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