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Re: More md5 checksums, please
Um... I don't think thats entirely reasonable, "everything at
ftp.openbsd.org and its mirrors". Thats a LOT of data, on
many machines run by different people.
If you can narrow that down some, I'm sure there are
some (like me) who have a bunch of stuff who could
create some of that data for you.
What specifically do you need? I can understand your
frustration (though I don't see how you are getting
corrupted data via your net link).
On Friday 14 June 2002 14:20, Drew Einhorn wrote:
> After some serious gnashing of teeth, and pounding my
> head against the wall, I can to the conclusion, that I'm
> unfortunate to be behind a broken, transparent, ftp proxy.
> It claims to be an ftp accelerator for a satellite link.
> It randomly corrupts about 1 or 2 bytes per 100MB. I first
> became aware of the problem downloading large iso files that
> are almost certain to be corrupted. Smaller files are less
> likely to be corrupted, but it happens way too often.
> My life would be much simpler if there were md5 checksums,
> for most everything at ftp.openbsd.org, and its mirrors.
> Hope y'all don't consider this an unreasonable request.