Sorry about that. Is it still happening?
yes. this file is still corrupt.
does anyone have a mirror to the latest ubuntu version?
Unfortunately, yes. At least partially.
Looking at the file sizes of the downloads, at the moment, the Ubuntu 16.04 and RHEL/CentOS 7.3 versions look to be good (345MB and 411MB respectively), but the other links' filesizes are 114MB and 166MB, like the corrupt versions that have been reported.
I can't test right now, to see whether the Ubuntu and RHEL versions do actually decompress and install, but the filesizes at least look about right (though I wonder if such a large difference between the two is normal or if the Ubuntu version is still incomplete).
Is this a problem with the build system that's creating the files, being manually corrected when it's reported?
Like i said, the files are corrupt on the AMD server. I was asking for a mirror.
Nevermind i found one that works perfectly on a French website.
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Tried with Ubuntu 18.04 with latest updates Firefox to download amdgpu-pro-18.20-606296.tar.xz
Was only able to get it to download properly by right clicking on the file and doing a "save link as"
else it will get corrupted