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http://releases.ubuntu.com/maverick/MD5SUMS also, i would advise against what zenwalker said since it will wipe your disk and i don't think you are ready for that yet...
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    http://releases.ubuntu.com/maverick/MD5SUMS

    also, i would advise against what zenwalker said since it will wipe your disk and i don't think you are ready for that yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by mackubex View Post
    i know how to obtain md5 checksum of the downloaded iso files .. but where do i refer them to on the ubuntu website ??? i kinda tried doing that but didnt find any link for md5.... i found da checksum for puppy linux lookin in google ...
    I found them in the mirror ftp sites. Here they are for Ubuntu 10.10:
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    a8d8e24bf8b82b4302d074fcac380d65 *ubuntu-10.10-alternate-amd64.iso
    419ad8ee1bb76a49490f4a08b5be43f0 *ubuntu-10.10-alternate-i386.iso
    1b9df87e588451d2ca4643a036020410 *ubuntu-10.10-desktop-amd64.iso
    59d15a16ce90c8ee97fa7c211b7673a8 *ubuntu-10.10-desktop-i386.iso
    6877bf8d673b87ba9500b0ff879091d0 *ubuntu-10.10-netbook-i386.iso
    ab66a1d59a8d78e9ea8ef9b021d6574a *ubuntu-10.10-server-amd64.iso
    ce1cee108de737d7492e37069eed538e *ubuntu-10.10-server-i386.iso
    d1db1f93bb7486593b7d1ea023c0e3f8 *wubi.exe
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubberman View Post
    I found them in the mirror ftp sites. Here they are for Ubuntu 10.10:
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    a8d8e24bf8b82b4302d074fcac380d65 *ubuntu-10.10-alternate-amd64.iso
    419ad8ee1bb76a49490f4a08b5be43f0 *ubuntu-10.10-alternate-i386.iso
    1b9df87e588451d2ca4643a036020410 *ubuntu-10.10-desktop-amd64.iso
    59d15a16ce90c8ee97fa7c211b7673a8 *ubuntu-10.10-desktop-i386.iso
    6877bf8d673b87ba9500b0ff879091d0 *ubuntu-10.10-netbook-i386.iso
    ab66a1d59a8d78e9ea8ef9b021d6574a *ubuntu-10.10-server-amd64.iso
    ce1cee108de737d7492e37069eed538e *ubuntu-10.10-server-i386.iso
    d1db1f93bb7486593b7d1ea023c0e3f8 *wubi.exe
    sweet mother of god !!!

    the checksums from the list and the ones in ur threads are miles apart ... there nothing similar in them ....


    damn ubuntu website ....


    guess ill hv to download it again ... oh well anothe 3 hr wait ...

    can u guys suggest which website i should download from ?? should i go for Xubuntu ???
    desktop or netbook version ???

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    Actually, the checksums I posted are the same as in the link that coopstah13 posted. If yours disagree with these two sources, then you will need to download the appropriate files again.
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    also btw i used toast442.org md5 checksum to detect checksum of downloaded iso files ......
    hope its ok

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    Quote Originally Posted by mackubex View Post
    also btw i used toast442.org md5 checksum to detect checksum of downloaded iso files ......
    hope its ok
    What platform are you downloading and computing the md5 checksums? Windows, or Linux, or other (Mac)?
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    from ubuntu downloads ?????

    i got it from there last time and they were corrupted or somethin i guess ... (md5 din match )


    i am guessin the desktop version is what works on laptops above 10 inch screen ......
    am i correct ???

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    The desktop version will work on netbooks as well as laptops > 10" as long as you have enough disc and memory. Some people like the netbook remix for smaller systems. Note that Kubuntu and Xubuntu will have a different set of checksums. The ones we posted were for vanilla Ubuntu.

    Anyway, I was trying to find out on what operating system you downloaded the iso images originally, and where were you running toast442.org, or is that a web site that computes md5 sums for you? If you are downloading on a Windows machine, there are md5 checksum tools available. On Linux the md5sum tool should be installed by default.
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    well i hv a windows vista os and i downloaded the iso from ubuntu website onto vista os .....

    about toast442.org i got this md5 checker from a thread i was readin on a diff website... it is a tool working from my harddrive .. jus its name said toast442.or md5 !!!


    i am using a sony vaio with vist os, 2 gb ram and about 250 gb harddrive , of which 60 gb is freespace in my c drive ....

    i jus wanna get a feel of linux thro live-cd b4 i uninstall windows .... ( till atleast i get all hardware drivers in place ..)

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    Here is another Windows md5sum checker: http://www.pc-tools.net/files/win32/...d5sums-1.2.zip
    I use that one on my XP system when I need it.
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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