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I'm using Ubuntu 11.10 x64, Unity, and Nautilus 3.2.1 I want to be able to perform checksum ISO in Nautilus.

I have searched and found:

and perform the procedures written in it. Once completed, the other menus appear, except the menu for "checksum verification".

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Then, when I run

gksu nautilus-actions-config-tool

I just asked to enter a user password, and .... nothing happens. What should I do, to bring up the "checksum verification" menu?

I am very grateful for any response or advice given.

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here is the alternative method… – Tachyons Mar 17 '12 at 15:18
@tachyons, I've finished downloading, and proceed to install, and there are errors in the install. But I do not know how and where to post on this forum, the output of the procedure that has been done. – dellphi Mar 17 '12 at 17:52
checking for GTK3... no configure: error: unable to build against Gtk+-3.0 library – dellphi Mar 17 '12 at 17:54

After a while, I finally tried this way:

sudo apt-get install nautilus-menu-checksum

and now the menu is available for writing checksum. Thank you for your response.

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