>On Fri, Mar 12, 2004 at 02:12:37PM -0500, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
>> I've been trying to boot up a Compaq 1850.  Aside from it hanging
>> on booting I noticed that I was booting with 5.2.1-RC, not -release
>> So, d/l the latest iso and now the darned machine won't boot from
>> the 5.2.1-release cds at all.  Doesn't even see them.  I've booted
>> this machine up on 3 or 4 different linuxen, Fbsd4.9, Solaris 8,
>> even openDarwin 7.  I've burned several cds of 5.2.1-release-mininst
>> but no joy.
>> So, off to another pc and golly if the cd won't boot there either!
>> Is there a known problem with the i386 iso images for 5.2.1-release?
>Not that I've heard of.  The most likely explanation is that your
>download was corrupted, or your CD did not burn correctly.  Did you
>verify the MD5 hash of the ISO image after you downloaded it, and did
>you do the same for the CD you burned?

How do you do the MD5 hash of a whole CD?



Brian M. Kincaid
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