Story #3760

Updated by about 6 years ago

As Usually when one exports an iso file, they want to write it down to a user, I would like dvd or some offline device. While doing so  
 they want to be able to know sure that the files integrity is maintained. Therefore, we must provide them with a checksum of from our end. 

 Along with the ISO generated by <somename>.iso the export distributor. 

 After generating an ISO, the export distributor will calculate multiple checksums of the ISO and write them to could generate a file with the same name as the ISO, but with a 'checksum' extension. The file will have the following format: 

 SHA1: 123ab456 
 SHA256: 765cde123 
 SH512: 4444ff2c2 
 </pre> called <somename>.checksum