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    Winetricks and the perpetual sha1sum errors

    I've been trying to install Flash (among other things) with Wintricks. Every single time I do it, whether from GUI or terminal, it gives a sha1sum error. (also noted that sh winetricks no longer works, must use just winetricks)

    I've tried giving all users full control of ~\.cache\winetricks and have deleted the files each time the error occurs, but it still happens every time.

    What gives? Winetricks used to be useful, now it just seems broken.
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    Exclamation Re: Winetricks and the perpetual sha1sum errors

    Was able to get Flash 11 installed using the SVN release at: http://winetricks.googlecode.com/svn...src/winetricks.

    Flash 10 did not install. It gave the same sha1sum error.

    Is all that's wrong with Winetricks just a few outdated URLs and sums?
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