Once upon a time, Chris Kloiber <ckloiber(a)redhat.com> said:
That depends on how implantisomd5 was called (assuming it was caled
all) during the mastering of the DVD iso. Boot the DVD with 'linux
mediacheck' and see if it passes. If if does, it's still a 'good' disk.
If not, then either implantisomd5 was not used when the DVD was created,
or you have a 'bad' disk.
I'll check it when I get home. Looking at the ISO image, it does have
the MD5 string, so implantisomd5 was run.
I typically rsync the files to my local
machine (minus the SRPMS to save bandwidth) then create my DVD iso
locally using my script, so I am not sure what the distribution DVD's
default behavior is. It should probably be similar to the downloadable
I downloaded all the CDs, ran my script to build a DVD image, and then
rsynced that to get the "official" DVD image.
Chris Adams <cmadams(a)hiwaay.net>
Systems and Network Administrator - HiWAAY Internet Services
I don't speak for anybody but myself - that's enough trouble.