Re: ISO images of Debian 3.0 (woody) corrupted
On Mon, May 23, 2011 at 09:53:43PM +0100, João Antunes wrote:
>2011/5/23 Mattias Wadenstein <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>> On Mon, 23 May 2011, João Antunes wrote:
>>> I need to install Debian 3.0. However, the only source I could find
>>> apparently has corrupted iso images.
>>> I was using http://cdimage.debian.org/cdimage/archive/ and I have
>>> tried three alternative ways to get the ISO: a) ISO image in 7 CD, b)
>>> ISO image in 1 DVD, and c) using jigdo to build an ISO image.
>>> The downloaded ISO images from methods a) and b) are corrupted (the
>>> sha1 hash is different, as some .deb files are corrupted). And using
>>> the c) approach doesn?t work either because jigdo fails to obtain
>>> some old packages?
>> There isn't any sha1 hash published for 3.0 images, only md5. And as far as
>> I can see the md5s match MD5SUMS.
>> /Mattias Wadenstein
>The above ISOs (from cdimage.debian.org) fail during install due to
>some .deb packages being corrupted.
>Which link did you use?
>for instance, is sha1.
No. That's md5sums for the images, but signed using GPG. GPG is where
the "Hash: SHA1" bit comes from. As for the .debs being corrupted, do
you have any logs to show that. Woody's old (yes!), but those images
have worked in the past.
Checking the checksums of the ISO files on the server in the directory
you mention, they all look OK.
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