possible to check burned ISO image versus original file??? [WAS Re: [linux-audio-user] Planet CCRMA}

Jan "Evil Twin" Depner eviltwin69 at cableone.net
Mon Mar 31 18:15:01 EST 2003

There is a verify option on XCDRoast.  It works fine.


On Mon, 2003-03-31 at 09:39, Alex Timmer wrote:
> hi, 
> i had some *bad* install problems with a few distro installs and they
> went away after i burned a new image. my cd's must be too cheap ;-)
> what i have been wondering: my md5sum check of the ISO image before
> burning is always okay (indicating a correct download). just the
> burner sometimes does not burn it okay on the disk. is there a way to
> verify the content of a burned cd versus the original ISO image
> file??? 
> thanks, ALEX
>  --- Nick <nicktsocanos at charter.net> wrote: > Yep, I tried Red Hat
> 8.0 too. When it gets to CD2, it starts to
> > install,
> > and at some arbitrary point, the machine just locks up. I tried
> > everything, flashing the bios, removing IDE drives, changing BIOS
> > settings. I wasted several days trying to install it. I tried
> > everything
> > I could think of. The same thing happens with 6 and 7 too.
> > 
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