At 20:11 19/04/2004, Kevin O' Riordan wrote:
> > can the Linux md5 reader / command
> > Understand my win.md5 file
>>Well, what's in yr win.md5 file? Why not open it and have a look? If
>it's a plain text file containing md5sums, then yes, reading them and
>comparing them to other md5sums should be a trivial task.
It would contain hex similar to:
But is there an automated way of doing it.
Maybe 100-200 checksums at a go in each *.md5 file.
Without manually having to check each line.
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