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Old 04-09-2008, 12:13 AM   #1
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Can't enable Apt in hdd installed Damn Small Linux 4.2.5

I'm trying to enable apt, I've been going to the menu option Apps>Tools>Enable Apt and I keep getting an error "md5sum: MD5 check failed for 'dsl-dpkg.dsl'", even tried selecting other mirrors. Is this broken or does the deb have to be installed manually? If so, which is the right one, or what am I missing?
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