I think Tim uses a dual-boot on his main machine so the linux option is fine.
Errr, did someone say they managed to generate an Md5 of the iso on the website and compared it to
one generated from their download? If so does that mean the one they generated could just be
written onto the website? Sorry, i am being really slow on the uptake here!
Presumably it would be good if Tim could generate one based on the version he has on his machine
and check that it matches the one built for the website? Would that be a good way of confirming
that whatever is on the website is completely correct?
Thanks and regards from
From: Mirosław Zalewski <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sunday, 21 October 2012, 16:49
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] North American DVD 3.5.6
On 21/10/2012 at 17:23, James Knott <email@example.com> wrote:
As for Windows, Google on "Windows
md5sum" to find utilities you can download.
Recently I saw some article about HashTab. Being Linux user myself, I have not
tried it. But it looks quite nice.
Unfortunately, it is not open source program and they provide "commercial"
license. I don't know if Kracked Press webmaster's scenario would require such
license or not.
Anyway, you can download this app from
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