OpenSUSE Install :: Checking The Iso Download Before Burning To DVD?

Nov 12, 2009

Check of Suse 11.2 iso Download

I am a bit unsure of checking the iso download before burning to DVD.

'Checksums

Before you burn your CD/DVD images, you should check the files for errors. Two files named *.iso.md5 and *.iso.sha1 are available. These files contains hashes for each ISO image that is available from that download location. The relevant line would look like the following:

8abac6680ecc152f103006b02f9ff67f some.iso

To be sure that download did not contain any errors, you should create this number using MS5 or SHA1 algorithm for your own ISO image.

[edit]
Using Linux
On Linux, run one of the command,:
md5sum some.iso
sha1sum some.iso

If there is any difference between the output of the checksum command and the above number, the download is broken and should be repeated.'

Is some a linux command?

I assume it is run at the same location as the download?

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