I tried to install new versions of the Hana Studio and client on debian testing/x64 and get funny errors. For the client
Cannot initialize archive "._PYDBAPI.TGZ"
error reading archive: unexpected end of archive /usr/local/lib/sap/sap_hana_linux64_client_rev80/client/._PYDBAPI.TGZ
and for studio
Cannot initialize archive "._CLIENTINST.TGZ"
error reading archive: unexpected end of archive /usr/local/lib/sap/sap_hana_linux64_studio_rev80/studio/._CLIENTINST.TGZ
AFAICT, these files are Apple-encoded:
/usr/local/lib/sap/hdbstudio# file /usr/local/lib/sap/sap_hana_linux64_studio_rev80/studio/._CLIENTINST.TGZ /usr/local/lib/sap/sap_hana_linux64_client_rev80/client/._PYDBAPI.TGZ
/usr/local/lib/sap/sap_hana_linux64_studio_rev80/studio/._CLIENTINST.TGZ: AppleDouble encoded Macintosh file
/usr/local/lib/sap/sap_hana_linux64_client_rev80/client/._PYDBAPI.TGZ: AppleDouble encoded Macintosh file
and not in Linux tar/gzip format. It looks as if the installation program would think I'm running a Mac...?