On 03/10/2014 02:36 PM, Cley Faye wrote:
2014-03-10 22:19 GMT+01:00 Girvin Herr <email@example.com>:
I have just downloaded the 4.1.5 version. However, I cannot find the
file/page containing the file checksums on the website to verify I have
good files. Before the website had been revamped lately, these files which
contained the checksums, sha sums, etc. were available right up front. I
was able to get them for 4.1.4, but not 4.1.5, so it is a recent omission.
Does anyone know where these files are now located?
BTW: I am using http://www.libreoffice.org/ to download from.
I believe this question was asked recently (or maybe it was on a localized
Anyway, from the main libreoffice.org page, here's the step to get the
- Click on "Download now"
- Click on "Info"
The page show a list of various hash to use. Same goes for different
OS/Languages/Versions; as far as my testing goes, the Info page always
contain checksums (the 4.1.5 too).
Yes! That was it. Thanks.
I do seem to remember this question being posted a while back, but I
must not have saved it then and couldn't remember the solution now. I am
definitely putting this solution in my computer notes list for the
future. I must have gotten distracted by the "torrent" caption, which I
do not use, and ignored the "Info" option. This link should be more
prominent and have a better title than "Info" for us "blind" guys.
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