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Old 07-08-2010, 08:50 PM   #1
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Arrow I've made an MD5SUMS.txt file for LFS 6.6.

I've attached a file I just made (MD5SUMS.txt) with all of the checksums from the LFS site for the needed packages and patches. I've already tested it using the checksums provided on the LFS site. The only checksum not included is the one for "linux-", since it's recommended to download the latest 2.6.32.* kernel unless otherwise specified in the errata. The latest 2.6.32.* kernel while I'm writing this is
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