Corrupt torrent for openSUSE-11.0-DVD-i386.iso?

I wonder does anybody else have the same problem as me with the torrent for openSUSE-11.0-DVD-i386.iso? :confused:

Several days already (I’m using KTorrent 2.2.6 btw) I am stuck at only one corrupt chunk (#8045, more precisely) and no matter how many times I check the data integrity (which results in re-downloading the same chunk) the MD5 hash of the downloaded ISO is always


and not


as it should be according to the openSUSE web site.

It didn’t matter whether I used the torrent from or from, I ended up with the same (incorrect) result. :frowning:

So, did anyone else get the same MD5 sum? Is the torrent corrupt, or is it just me seeing things because of the heat here in Germany?

And just in case I am not wrong and someone from the openSUSE CD/DVD-release team reads this thread - do you mind checking the above-mentioned torrent? Thanks!

My file ‘openSUSE-11.0-DVD-i386.iso’ timestamped ‘2008-06-20 08:50’ from the torrent on the suse website matches the md5 you posted as the correct one.

well, just to be sure, I did a “check installation media” run with a DVD (-RW :smiley: ) that I burned from the torrent ISO with the wrong MD5 checksum and it was reported as “broken”, so there seems to be a problem with it :frowning:

sorry, wrong angle to look at the problem …
it was my ext3 filesystem that needed a fsck; probably the torrent is OK …
I’ll try to delete the thread if I can

I had the exact same problem as the original poster.
The problem was fixed by popping in gparted and reformatting / with ext3.

Evidently whatever is on the dvd to format doesn’t overwrite the hd enough to keep the new install from being corrupted by the old install.*