Check sum fail for file texlive_latex_extra_doc_2016.20170123-2_all.deb for both i386 and amd64 DVD iso images
Again, I hope this is the right place to raise the above observation.
I got a bad media or corrupted file message when installing Stretch
testing onto my IBM R60e notebook. This was when I selected "Print
Server" at "Choose software to install" process and the image was i386
DVD iso image generated on Jan 23, 2017. I was able to successfully
install Stretch when I deselected "Print Server" in the process.
After which I decided to run the Check the Integrity of CD-ROM disk on
the USB stick I used and found out that it was the file
texlive_latex_extra_doc_2016.20170123-2_all.deb file that failed the MD5
sum check. At this point I decided the run the same test on the amd64
USB stick (also generated on Jan 27, 2017) and encountered the same
I deleted the two iso files on my hard disk, reformatted the USB stick
and downloaded a fresh copy of both the i386 and amd64 DVD images
generated on Jan 27 to start afresh again. I encountered the same
failure on exactly the same file on both disk images.
I then waited for the Feb 13 DVD iso images, downloaded them and checked
them for integrity before I start a fresh install. I encountered the
same error message at exactly the same file on both the DVD iso image.
I used jigdo-lite to download all these iso images and there were all good.
Has anyone came across this?