| Date: Mon, 19 Apr 2004 22:11:24 +0100
| From: Frank Murphy <lists2004 at utvinternet.com>
| 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:
| 7574986f3504ccfce662bd1b6810b506 *aspi32.xxx
that looks like it would work with GNU `md5sum --check ‥';
see the md5sum(1) man(1) pages for details.
in any case, as Kevin said, that should be easy to
manipulate into a form which `md5sum' can use.
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