opensuse X86-64 12.3 iso image available on your site corrupted

Sir I have tried all the ways to download iso image from your site like torrent,direct download, downloading through download manager. The iso image has been downloaded successfully but during installation I am getting various messages ***wrong digest of package … do you want to continue and if you install the package the system will be thrown into broken state and may not function properly. ***While installing the system I got the above error upto 15 times then I have aborted the installation.

At present I am using windows8.

Please verify the iso image and correct any errors and place the new iso image on your site.

Regards,
Rupesh.

Hi
After you downloaded the image, did you check the md5sum was correct before burning the image to a DVD at the slowest possible speed?

Yesterday I have installed kde desktop(744 packages) only and while installing this I got the above error several times and I have ignored all and finally the system installed successfully but the system is crashing frequently.

Yes I have checked MD5 check sum in opensuse using check media and it gave error as the iso image is corrupted so do not use this image.

After downloading the image in windows8 I even burned the image at 8x speed even though no use.

Hi
Is 8x the slowest speed to burn at on your system?

I can assure there is nothing wrong with the media on the download site, as long as the md5sum was correct, then it’s either the media your using or the application.

You are using the DVD or the LiveCD?

Are you using secure boot?

Sir md5sum of the iso file and md5sum specified on your site are different.

Sir can you specify at how much speed I have to burn the iso image to blank dvd. I am having usb pendrive so is there any tool available for windows8 to create a installation usb pendrive.

If md5 is different, it does not matter which speed is used for burning. Image is corrupted during download. Try to use different download program or download method.

Hi
If the downloaded iso image md5sum doesn’t match then you need to download again… can you use a download manager or even wget to re-download?

I normally burn at 2x if I can to DVD-R media.

If your using UEFI and secure boot, then you would need the DVD, if using legacy boting, then you could use the LiveCD for the install.

I am using DVD and I am not using secure boot

Hi
Then try the LiveCD and install from that. Check that the md5sum matches…

You could install to a USB device and boot from that also;
https://en.opensuse.org/SDB:Live_USB_stick

You forgot the sir.

On 2013-07-28 07:56, nightwishfan wrote:
>
> rupeshforu3;2575036 Wrote:
>> I am using DVD and I am not using secure boot
>
> You forgot the sir.

Good :slight_smile:


Cheers / Saludos,

Carlos E. R.
(from 12.3 x86_64 “Dartmouth” at Telcontar)

On 2013-07-28 05:26, rupeshforu3 wrote:

> Please verify the iso image and correct any errors and place the new
> iso image on your site.

The image is correct. Thousands of people have downloaded it without
problems, so the issue is on your side.

Things you can do.

Make sure the disk where you save the download in Windows IS NOT FAT,
but NTFS. Absolutely needed.

If you have FAT, you can not download the DVD, period.

If you have NTFS, continue reading.

DO NOT use a direct download method, such as wget or click on a link.
You have networking errors. You need a “stronger” method.

Use this link:


> http://download.opensuse.org/distribution/12.3/iso/openSUSE-12.3-DVD-x86_64.iso.meta4

Using this software (Windows):


http://downthemall.net/

It is a plugin for Firefox. Read this paragraph for more help:


https://en.opensuse.org/SDB:Download_help#Downloading_via_Metalinks

Alternatively, use a torrent downloader. Read the corresponding
paragraph, just above the metalinks section.

If you absolutely can not use any of those methods, I suggest you use a
different mirror. To get the list of mirrors, you go here:


http://software.opensuse.org/123/en

and then click on the “pich mirror” radio button, then on the “download
dvd” button.


Cheers / Saludos,

Carlos E. R.
(from 12.3 x86_64 “Dartmouth” at Telcontar)