On Mon, Feb 23, 2009 at 5:46 PM, Carl Friis-Hansen
>> I think the main reason why I need it is:
>> I'm copying some big iso files from a network storage appliance that
>> doesn't have any console.
> That is a little cryptic to me. What exactly do you mean by that?
> > The files are not accompanied by md5sum
> If you do not have an md5 for the files on storage, which is not so
> good, then you better create the md5s on the starage and save them in a
> text file in the right format. This might all be a little academic ifthe
> files are placed on the storage without any verification in the first place.
It's been solved, thanks to you on the Nautilus script. Anyway, pls
let me explain more:
The source files are located in a network storage appliance (those
cheap one from generic brand, not a fancy NAS or something). It
doesn't have any console that we can ssh/telnet into. Only web based
UI. The files don't have any md5sum record, don't ask me why
been there a long time before I got in. Yes, it's definitely not good.
So, by using the nautilus md5-script, at least I can be sure that the
files are not corrupted during the copy from that appliance to samba
by creating and comparing the md5sum on from source (appliance) and
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