On Monday, May 23, 2011, Steve McIntyre <email@example.com
> 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.
> Steve McIntyre, Cambridge, UK. email@example.com
> You lock the door
> And throw away the key
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