Unable to download 12.04 Desktop LTS ISO image.Because every time I download and check for md5 checksum, it is showing a new checksum. May I know the correct source to download the iso.
on 07/15/2012 – Made popular on 07/15/2012
I often download different distros and try them out, but is there a way to check the checksum while downloading the iso? I think that the download must complete first to do the checksum, right? I have a slow net connection and thus i have to use BitTorrent or Gwget download manager. Thanks.
If yes then where exactly it checks? After downloading a deb file or while installing it? Does it download the checksum from the repository or is the checksum embedded in deb file itself? Does software-updated gui behave like apt-get?
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