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md5 checksum error and no suitable frontend error
vikeyev Offline
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Solved: 8 Years, 1 Month, 4 Weeks ago RE: md5 checksum error and no suitable frontend error

(10-04-2010, 03:35 PM)Urkle Wrote: How did you manager to stop the md5 errors?

A workaround to the no frontend errors is to force a specific frontend.
sh ./amnesia_tdd_1.0.sh --help
for more help on how to do that.
you can also tell the installer to simply extract and not execute
sh ./amnesia_tdd_1.0.sh --target ExtractInThisDir --keep --noexec
and then go into the folder and manually kickstart it
cd ExtractInThisDir

The only way I can stop the md5 errors is to make sure when I download the file, do not choose save file but choose open with and make sure I open with kwrite. As long as i do that i don't get md5 errors, but if I rename the file or move it to a different directory or something like that, the md5 error comes up again and I have to redownload the file.

With the ./ everytime I try any input with ./amnesia_tdd_1.0.sh or the like, it says permission denied, even if I run as super user. But if I use sudo it says command not found.

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10-05-2010, 12:44 PM

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RE: md5 checksum error and no suitable frontend error - by vikeyev - 10-05-2010, 12:44 PM

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