elwolv
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persistent Wrong Hash value

Wed Apr 24, 2013 3:32 pm

the listed has value for download of Wheezy Raspbian

SHA-1 Checksum: b4375dc9d140e6e48e0406f96dead3601fac6c81

while the tested value using the downloaded HSA program

3613d5c1c29e9c1f17e274dfe9444bf8b9b3682

on several down load appears with the same results:

does the value on the web site not correct?
the date on wheezy 2013-02-09

lavers
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Re: persistent Wrong Hash value

Wed Apr 24, 2013 3:54 pm

Are you checking the checksum of the .zip file you downloaded, or of the unzipped contents? I believe the checksum is for the .zip file.

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rpdom
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Re: persistent Wrong Hash value

Wed Apr 24, 2013 4:08 pm

The "3613d5c1c29e9c1f17e274dfe9444bf8b9b3682" value is very similar to the value I get from checking an unzipped image. So close, in fact, that I could quite believe that the above sum had been typed by hand with typos, rather than copy/paste.

Compare the two...

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3613d5c1c29e9c1f17e274dfe9444bf8b9b3682
3623d5c1c529e9c1f17e274dfe9444bf8b9b3682
Apart from the fact the reported one is the wrong length... just a bit too close to be a co-incidence. I'd say the OP has a correctly downloaded file.

elwolv
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Re: persistent Wrong Hash value

Thu Apr 25, 2013 7:44 am

thank you all

correct, not zip file, but unzipped file
zip file give the correct Hash
the has was typed by hand missing a letter

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