[OpenIndiana-discuss] OpenIndiana b148 USB Image corrupt? (For "Windows" and Solaris)
jleafty+openindianadiscuss at gmail.com
Tue Sep 13 02:41:06 UTC 2011
My plan was to use bittorrent but I didn't have any torrent clients loaded
on any of my active PCs.
The ISOs came out fine it was just the USB image.
On Mon, Sep 12, 2011 at 7:23 PM, Sriram Narayanan <sriram at belenix.org>wrote:
> Or use rsync
> On 9/13/11, Nikola M. <minikola at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On 09/12/11 08:20 PM, Jonathan Leafty wrote:
> >> Thanks, I'll try it again.
> >> I thought maybe it was my ZFS server lol, since I was saving to a share
> >> I
> >> downloaded to local disk. I suppose it could be this computer... which
> >> would be a bummer.
> > When I was previously downloading such things as large .iso files, it
> > provided good to repair bad downloaded file, with using .Bit Torrent
> > and closing Bit torrent client and putting in place of downloaded files,
> > alredy downloaded .iso
> > and then re-check it with bit torrent client, and then it will fix
> > broken .iso, downloading only broken parts of the files (every bit
> > torrent chunk during trunsfer has its checksums).
> > Since there are .torrent files for OpenIndiana .iso's , one can always
> > use Bit Torrent client to fix downloaded .iso that does not pass
> > md5/sha1 sums for any reason.
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