has given me the answer before on how to create a md5sum file
before. And I asked that question back in the 3.3.x version days.
I have printed your answer out to PDF and I will place it on my
folder[s] for the NA-DVD work.
I use Ubuntu 12.04/MATE [10.04/GNOME before this month] to create the
NA-DVD web site and the ISO file.
I use Kompozer and Kate for most of the HTML work.
I use K3b to create the ISO file
I use Filezilla as my FTP client.
K3b creates a checksum but I do not know where it is "stored" for my use.
You can store it in a file "md5sum" with the command md5sum [filename] >
As I mentioned, it can be used for any file, not just ISOs.
If you're saving the md5sum for multiple files, use the above command
for the 1st and then md5sum [filename] >> md5sum which concatenates the
additional md5sums onto the existing file, rather than create a new file.
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