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Re: bad SHA1SUMS and MD5SUMS files

On Mon, Dec 29, 2008 at 12:57:02AM +0700, BuraphaLinux Server wrote:
>for i386 CD images the SHA1SUMS and MD5SUMS files are bad.
>For instance, in the MD5SUMS you have duplicate file names with
>different hash values, which of course means that one of the hash
>values is wrong.
>Both files reference ISO images that are not in the directory (r5 files).
>I used jigdo to build my ISO images, but I cannot verify them all
>because of these bad checksum files.
>I fetched from mirrors.kernel.org, but check other mirrors and they
>have the same bad hash files.
>Please CC: me since I'm not on the mailing list.


You don't say *which* MD5SUMS files you're talking about, which is not
very helpful. Please be more specific in future! Anyway, I've looked
through quite a set of files and I've found a problem with the files


where the checksums for the update images have the problem you're
mentioning. I'll fix things now.

Steve McIntyre, Cambridge, UK.                                steve@einval.com
"...In the UNIX world, people tend to interpret `non-technical user'
 as meaning someone who's only ever written one device driver." -- Daniel Pead

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