I am trying to install Manjaro Linux in my computer for the first time. I have been using other distros for some years (first Ubuntu, then Mint). I not an expert at all, but I like to learn.
I’ve just downloaded the file manjaro-xfce-21.0.4-210506-linux510.iso
In the page 20 of the Manjaro User Guide, talking about checking a downloaded .iso file, it says:
“From this point on we’ll asume you are using the file manjaro-xfce-18.0-stable-x86_64.iso.sha1”
Well, I cannot find any manjaro-xfce-21.0.4-210506-linux510.iso.sha1 file in the manjaro.org site.
Welcome to the forum!
The SHA1 checksum can be found on the download page. For the most recent XFCE
.iso, the checksum is…
Wow! Thank you very much for an ultra fast anwser!
I am sorry Aragorn, but at my age I’ve learnt that I prefer to be tiresome than ignorant.
I am in: Manjaro - XFCE
and I see:
[Download GPG signature]
I can’t find the SHA1 checksum you sent me!
Try force refreshing the page with CTRL+F5. That should show the correct checksum that aragorn mentioned.
I have the same problem as ernesto_momento. In the past I have successfully installed Manjaro on several computers and I seem to remember a separate sha1 file was downloaded along with the .iso and did the checksum fine.
But I want to install the current Manjaro on a new computer, and on the Manjaro-XFCE download page there is no actual sha1 file to download, just a line on the webpage starting "SHA1: "
I’ve tried copying that line and making a plain text file of it in the .iso folder, but putting “sha1sum -c manjaro-xfce-21.0.7-210614-linux510.iso” in a terminal window returns “no properly formatted SHA1 checksum lines found”.
How do I create the sha1 file from that line on the webpage (if that’s what I need to do)? If not, what the process for doing the checksum?
Compare it to the checksum on the webpage.
Thanks, but …
sha1sum: manjaro-xfce-21.0.7-210614-linux510.iso: no properly formatted SHA1 checksum lines found
Solved! From a previous forum search I had put “sha2sum -c name-of-iso” in the terminal. This time I left out the “-c” and it has worked OK, giving me the checksum line to compare.