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I'm working in a Linux server with PHP 5.3.3 installed along with Drush 6.2 (?)

I'm unable to dl modules to the server. When I add --verbose to the command, I see the following.

Executing: wget --version
Executing: wget -q --timeout=30 -O /tmp/download_filewJ0fgn     http://updates.drupal.org/release-history/devel/7.x
Undefined variable: xml updatexml.inc:468                                                                                                                    [notice]
Could not download project status information from http://updates.drupal.org/release-history/devel/7.x                                                [error]
Could not download requested project(s).                                                                                                              [error]
Command dispatch complete 

I chmod 777 the tmp folder. I'm not sure where to go to resolve the error.

Thanks

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Maybe you should check if your problem is related to either of these:

Also, it's not clear from the question if you can run any of the other (typical) drush commands, such as drush cc, drush version, drush en ... (to enable a module), etc. Consider updating your question about any of those other Drush commands.

  • I did look at both of those. The second question is closer to my issue, but we are using different verions. The feedback from the issue 3 years ago was that it was not a PHP version issue. Any additional thoughts would be great. – Baybook May 2 '15 at 12:14
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As Drush states, it can't download the file. Based on the undefined var warning, Drush's drush_download_file() is returning false. It doesn't seem like its a permission problem based on your statement, but you should test file writing capabilities by running this on your console:

wget -q --timeout=30 -O /tmp/download_filewJ0fgn http://updates.drupal.org/release-history/devel/7.x

That should tell you if there's some other a problem writing the tmp dir (e.g. maxed out space) or that there's something else going wrong during drush_download_file().

  • Thank you. I was looking at xmlinfo. I'll take a step back and start with the wget statement – Baybook May 3 '15 at 20:32
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I have the same problem. So far I was able to track it down to wget. If i try to download a package through a browser I can download it, but if I use wget sometimes I just got a 404 Not Found response.

wget http://ftp.drupal.org/files/projects/webform-7.x-4.8.tar.gz--2015-05-12 09:42:59
--  http://ftp.drupal.org/files/projects/webform-7.x-4.8.tar.gz
Resolving ftp.drupal.org (ftp.drupal.org)... 64.50.233.100
Connecting to ftp.drupal.org (ftp.drupal.org)|64.50.233.100|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 404 Not Found
2015-05-12 09:42:59 ERROR 404: Not Found.

Edit: solved. I found a line in /etc/hosts where ftp.drupal.org was pointing to an ip with an out of date repository.

  • Could you please rewrite it? I see you found an answer but it does not look like one now. – Mołot May 12 '15 at 9:49

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