Thursday, February 28. 2013
There was a "broken" grml96-full ISO on our mirrors for a few hours. All our checksum files as well as the signature files are OK, just the file grml96-full_2013.02.iso has a few different bits, resulting in a file which doesn't correspond to the expected checksum. Note: the broken ISO doesn't do any harm (it even boots) but you should still grab the correct one.
We've updated the grml96-full_2013.02.iso file but it might take a few hours until it's propagated to all our mirrors. To check whether you're affected execute 'md5sum -c grml96-full_2013.02.iso.md5' or 'sha1sum -c grml96-full_2013.02.iso.sha1'.
The broken file is:
% md5sum grml96-full_2013.02.iso b2ae41161908751c4ba6ac4db0855a70 grml96-full_2013.02.iso % sha1sum grml96-full_2013.02.iso f61a87223ca02482f7f7e8d674c444c40ca91b3a grml96-full_2013.02.iso
The known-to-be-good file should return:
% md5sum grml96-full_2013.02.iso ceaec04b29f9263e384a54cda8c3bab0 grml96-full_2013.02.iso % sha1sum grml96-full_2013.02.iso c95df860f1c08cd7e82ddeac4918bb29cb3f0b7d grml96-full_2013.02.iso
Sorry for the annoyance. Thanks to zeldor for bringing this issue to our attention.
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