Re: How to compute sha256sum

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> The problem is that when you read the CD-ROM as a raw device, it will return
> more data than the length of the ISO image; there are almost always some
> additional sectors of padding beyond the end of the image.  Even dd'ing from
> the CD-ROM into shasum won't work unless you tell dd the number of blocks to
> copy, so that you don't include the padding.
> 

OK, thanks, I knew about that at one time,- but you had to remind me about
the problem for me to understand what was going on.
Thanks again.


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