Debian Install failure: Hash Sum Mismatch
iknowjoseph at gmail.com
Tue Aug 26 15:45:50 CEST 2008
I've just got hold of a new (to me) 2 gig card that Debian fails to
install on at almost the same point. I thought it might be a problem
related with the anti-virus on our firewall getting a hammering, so I
whitelisted the debian mirror and tried again, but it fails as before.
I've downloaded a couple of packages and md5sum'ed them - the returned
sums are correct, although I'm not going to go to the hassle of
manually downloading all the packages that failed and copying them
local to my phone.
Anyone have any more ideas?
>how very anti-climactic
It's even worse if you're actually there...
2008/8/19 arne anka <openmoko at ginguppin.de>:
>> I ha(ve|d) this problem today, too, but don't know about any cause or
> i step in the right direction would have been to shorten the mail before
> replying ;-)
> first thing i'd try would be
> apt-get update && apt-get upgrade
> if the errors persist, either your sd card is faulty or apt has issues or
> the infamous sd card bug strikes again (how big is your sd card?) ...
> download the archive(s) manually and compare the checksums
> # apt-cache show fso-utils
> Package: fso-utils
> Version: 0.git20080812.2
> Architecture: all
> Maintainer: Joachim Breitner <nomeata at debian.org>
> Installed-Size: 76
> Depends: python-dbus, python
> Suggests: gsm0710muxd
> Priority: extra
> Section: misc
> Filename: pool/main/f/fso-utils/fso-utils_0.git20080812.2_all.deb
> Size: 11872
> SHA256: a294c93a0ab62b54d30009bd14a234be43b4a9e11d4c5ea9d081eff7644d846a
> SHA1: 67fbec63110961999e3e3dde81316e251e71baf5
> MD5sum: 6134ea91b8da82d393a13ef012e907db
> Description: Useful tools for the freesmartphone.org system
> MD5sum has the md5sum (surprise), now do
> # md5sum fso-utils_0.git20080812.2_all.deb
> 6134ea91b8da82d393a13ef012e907db fso-utils_0.git20080812.2_all.deb
> if the sums are the same, the package is most likely ok. put it into
> do so with the others.
> now do
> apt-get upgrade
> it should work now -- if not you're probably out of look with your sd card.
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