Ubuntu Installation :: Checking Md5sum Of A Burned CD?

Dec 26, 2010

I checked the md5sum of the iso using winMd5Sum utility, it is OK.

To check the CD, right clicked the md5sum file in it, send to winmd5sum, and then copied the corresponding hash from the ubuntuhashes page into the bottom text box, and compared. The message box says md5 sums are different. Now the question is, have I done it correctly, I mean, is this the way to check a burned CD, OR, is there another way to check md5sum of a burned CD?

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Code:
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Fedora Project Bittorrent Tracker [URL]

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Code:
Fedora-13-i386-CHECKSUM Fedora-13-i386-DVD.iso

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[code]...

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[code]...

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When I run:

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Code:

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Code:
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