RE: Possible bad ISO image: debian-30r2-i386-binary-7.iso
the second image I did download again and I got it to burn so I must have
had a corrupt download. I haven't tried using the disk yet but if I have any
issues I will advise as such.
Sorry for the hassle.
From: Steve McIntyre [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, December 30, 2003 6:22 PM
Subject: Re: Possible bad ISO image: debian-30r2-i386-binary-7.iso
On Mon, Dec 29, 2003 at 02:06:13PM -0600, PcGoober wrote:
>After downloading all 7 of the images from mirror
>disk 7 failed to burn. I downloaded the item again with same result. I then
>downloaded the same image from another mirror
>with same result. Can someone please advise whether this image is corrupt
>not. The first 6 all burned fine.
I don't have the bandwidth at the moment to download those images to
check them by hand. What are the MD5 sums for those two? The official
woody r2 i386 disc 7 should be:
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