I first downloaded the torrent for all of them, the AMD64, which would be the only type of checksum completed on my end. I also grabbed the straight download off of your main website.
On Sat, Jun 21, 2014 at 09:26:46PM -0500, Charles Parkhurst wrote:
>I have tried burning the #2 DVD ISO image several times. All fail at the
>end. Found that when I am extracting the ISO into a folder, it creates a
>debian folder that is continuous and the file name structure becomes too
>large. I've downloaded and burned the CD images successfully and DVD 1 and
>3 both work correctly.
>I'm using Ubuntu (latest) and the K3b to burn the images.
Have you tried verifying the checksum of the image you've downloaded?
Also: *which* 7.5 DVD 2 ISO are you looking at please? There are
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