[PlanetCCRMA] FC3 'apt-cdrom add'

Fernando Lopez-Lezcano nando@ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Mon Jan 10 15:04:01 2005

On Mon, 2005-01-10 at 13:43, Dave Phillips wrote:
> Fernando Lopez-Lezcano wrote:
> >On Mon, 2005-01-10 at 09:34, Robert Epprecht wrote:
> >>>* The cd check that you can run at the beginning of the fc3 install failed
> >>  for me. (I think the images are OK, but maybe the apt database is producing
> >>  a fake negative result?)
> >>
> >That is strange, I embedded the checksum in the cdrom using the normal
> >functions supplied by fedora. I did not (obviously) test that it worked.
> >I'll have to see what went wrong with this. At least the md5 checksum of
> >the whole image should enable you to test integrity of the cdrom.
> >
> Fernando, I ran into the same problem, but it freaked me out so I didn't 
> proceed with the install. I just checked the checksum, here's what I got:
>     md5sum FC3-planet-disc1.iso
>     e14f111916d29101a6188748173fee5e  FC3-planet-disc1.iso

That's correct, here:
# md5sum FC3-i386-disc1-apt.iso
e14f111916d29101a6188748173fee5e  FC3-i386-disc1-apt.iso

> Here's what's listed on the Web download page:
> 	Inserting md5sum into iso image...
> 	md5 = b7f51b65aff14755b442631d1ce64a2d
> 	Setting supported flag to 0
> 	Done!

Awh rats, that is the checksum that is inserted in to the cdrom (the one
that the cdrom itself should use to self check itself), it is not the
md5sum of the image. Those are listed in the web page right below the
links to the isos. 

-- Fernando