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Old 9th June 2007, 01:39 AM
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Solved - Checksum Fedora 7 Error

I have download with Torrents, HTTP , or Ftp the Fedora 7 64bit install DVD iso. Yes I have probably downloaded now at least 10 images. I have burnt the image and had the install program verify the disk as OK . I am using fc6 and the burn program K3b to create my images. The md5 checksum that K3b reports is dd60e7a7f7895cdb2432a4b82f7a5bb1. This appears to be correct but not the value indicated that accompanies the downloads.
Please save the server bandwidth and if you receive from K3b the checksum I have mentioned above you are on track.
Md5 Checksums:
F-7-x86_64-DVD.iso dd60e7a7f7895cdb2432a4b82f7a5bb1

F-7-x86_64-rescuecd.iso 7f6c3737448a0dad5018fee358d82c6f

Fedora-7-Live-x86_64.iso fbf35e72f95f0613df93d41db507f251

F-7-i386-DVD.iso 355bdb01b0268a4bb7c757f2737dcf7c

F-7-i386-rescuecd.iso 36286975ebcff369dfa160ef280d0cf3

Fedora-7-Live-i686.iso 95554a5488a6f497b688d411c9f5f43c

Namaste,

Kevin Tough

Last edited by kevin tough; 9th June 2007 at 03:29 PM. Reason: solved
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