How do I check the SHA1 hash of a file?
If you want to send the file together with its sha1sum output redirect the output to a file:
Send both files and the other party can do a...
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What are you people talking about? Yes, I get the concept behind sha1sum, but the info above is confusing to say the best. First, Ubuntu does not seem to have sha1sum files - just strings on a web page such as this for Mate 16.04 Beta 1:
To check the integrity of a downloaded .iso, one opens the terminal program, does "cd Downloads", then sha1sum . After a bit, the terminal will produce a hash such as
Next, we have to go to the web page and compare the strings to verify that the verification works. Not nearly as easy as it could be.
Without creating local file:
For checking, go to the directory that contains
Its very simple.
Nagivate to the terminal and key in
to confirm a sha1 hash use,
protected by Eric Carvalho Feb 29 at 21:25
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