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Bug#507477: regression: Integrity Checks does not work anymore

Package: live-initramfs
Version: 1.154.1-1
Severity: important

Booting with "integrity-check" halts the boot process, probably because the 
default "md5sum" binary in that context, is still the busybox one, which does 
not support the "-c" option.

Moreover the "reboot" command tries to redirect to "shutdown" which could not 
be found:

Those are the last console output lines:
------------ * -----------
Begin: Running /scripts/live-bottom ... md5sum: can't open '-c': No such file 
or directory
WARNING: could not determine runlevel - doing soft reboot
  (it's better to use shutdown instead of reboot from the command line)
shutdown: No such file or directory
------------ * -----------

Please comment on the shutdown thing, so a clean fix could be prepared, for 
the md5sum part I think that just calling /usr/bin/md5sum directly could fix 


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