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Re: Delta-ISO problem for CD1
  • From: Heiko Helmle <heiko.helmle@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 05 May 2006 13:59:03 +0200
  • Message-id: <445B3E07.2060207@xxxxxxx>
I have the same problem, albeit on a non-SuSE distribution (gentoo), trying
to get RC3 ISOs.

hel@hellap ~/tmp $ md5sum SUSE-Linux-10.1-RC1-Addon-BiArch.iso

05644d16b959a54d6c68a997ffa95fb5 SUSE-Linux-10.1-RC1-Addon-BiArch.iso

but the resulting RC3-ISO has the md5:
4d3c42182655136a112f4d01a35cedd2 SUSE-Linux-10.1-RC3-Addon-BiArch.iso

I'm re-running applydeltaiso to check if the corrupt ISO is created the same
every time (and to rule out memory issues) and under valgrind - as
suggested in an earlier post.


Andras Mantia wrote:

>> Hi,
>> Until now I could apply the delta ISOs without problems. Now I cannot
>> create the CD1. I verified, the md5sum for the RC1-CD1 is OK, the
>> md5sum for the delta-iso is OK, but after applying, the result CD is
>> NOT OK, both according to applydeltaiso and a manual checking of the
>> md5sum:
>> md5sum SUSE-Linux-10.1-RC1-x86_64-CD1.iso
>> 6fcd57b438477ebb90162236678ebefc SUSE-Linux-10.1-RC1-x86_64-CD1.iso
>> md5sum
>> ad44f70c5eee8ee7001fce102b229899
>> The result of applydeltaiso:
>> md5sum mismatch, iso is corrupt
>> Manual checking:
>> md5sum SUSE-Linux-10.1-RC2-x86_64-CD1.iso
>> d55dadb1b636d3fe3433a7ecb5e1dc32 SUSE-Linux-10.1-RC2-x86_64-CD1.iso
>> It should be 47f3cf67680c0cafdf64911c0eabfc53 .
>> Any idea what can I do?
>> Andras

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