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    I can't find md5 hashes for ubuntu 11.10

    I just downloaded ubuntu 11.10 and I would like to confirm that the file stored on my usb stick is a good copy but I can't find the relevant md5 hashes. I think I looked in all the obvious places but maybe I missed something. Suggestions please.
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    Re: I can't find md5 hashes for ubuntu 11.10

    Easiest way is to click download then alternative dvd downloads. Choose a web site and then parent directory form that directory and then cd for the distro you downloaded. md5's should be listed.
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    Re: I can't find md5 hashes for ubuntu 11.10

    MD5SUMS
    Code:
    5e427f31e6b10315ada74094e8d5d483 *ubuntu-11.10-alternate-amd64.iso
    24da873c870d6a3dbfc17390dda52eb8 *ubuntu-11.10-alternate-i386.iso
    62fb5d750c30a27a26d01c5f3d8df459 *ubuntu-11.10-desktop-amd64.iso
    c396dd0f97bd122691bdb92d7e68fde5 *ubuntu-11.10-desktop-i386.iso
    f8a0112b7cb5dcd6d564dbe59f18c35f *ubuntu-11.10-server-amd64.iso
    881d188cb1ca5fb18e3d9132275dceda *ubuntu-11.10-server-i386.iso
    196f12bdbf60ee759e11d4986bc19ce3 *ubuntu-11.10-wubi-amd64.tar.xz
    7ab19159b48e2135f82d76193e1a0d55 *ubuntu-11.10-wubi-i386.tar.xz
    39656579e3b55b7cac29e191ac83ef92 *wubi.exe

    The page where I took them.
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    Re: I can't find md5 hashes for ubuntu 11.10

    Thank you both for your comments - md5 sum located and test completed successfully.

    dFlyer

    I checked two of the dvd download sites and they had an md5sum file but I couldn't see the sum I wanted, just the sums for the downloads they were offering.

    Lisiano

    Your link to the release page is probably the easiest way to find it. The only other path I know at this time is to

    1. search these forums for "md5"
    2. select the link which says "howtomd5sum"
    3. Follow the link on that page to the releases page
    4. select the appropriate release

    This is also the only path I have found to the alternate install cd. I can't remember exactly, but I think I had the same problems with 11.04. For 12.04 I will consult this thread.

    Thanks again for your help.
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    Re: I can't find md5 hashes for ubuntu 11.10

    Just as a reference to others,

    Always remember...Google is your friend! This link will lead you to several sites with this information.
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    Re: I can't find md5 hashes for ubuntu 11.10

    For 12.04, the link would be at
    http://releases.ubuntu.com/12.04/
    Just substitute the 12.04 with the one you want.
    Or substitute with 1st name of the release
    http://releases.ubuntu.com/precise/

    Logically atm both pages don't exist since 11.10 just came out.
    Quote Originally Posted by Linus Torvalds
    "Most good programmers do programming not because they expect to get paid or get adulation by the public, but because it is fun to program."

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