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Test Pizzapup 1.0.5 CD
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GuestToo
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PostPosted: Sat 29 Oct 2005, 00:53    Post subject:  Test Pizzapup 1.0.5 CD  

Test Pizzapup 1.0.5 CD

this program tests a Pizzapup 1.0.5 CD
and tells you if the CD burned properly or not

it will only work for the Pizzapup 1.0.5 CD

Useage:
put the CD in the drive
click md5sum-pizza105-cd in my-documents
md5sum-pizzapup105.pup
Description  Test Pizzapup 1.0.5 CD
pup

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Filename  md5sum-pizzapup105.pup 
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PostPosted: Wed 12 Dec 2007, 13:47    Post subject:  

Is there a program that test regular puppy linux?
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PostPosted: Wed 12 Dec 2007, 14:27    Post subject:  

No, but all this did was check the md5sum. If you install it, it will add a script to /root/my-documents namded md5sum-pizza105-cd. If you open that as text (shift + left-click, OR right-click, -> open-as-text), you can replace the "1cabfba446700c99ce36a692fc6f7bd0" on line 17 with the md5sum from whichever version of Puppy (or any distro really) that you want to test. Then just save that and run it.

In case you don't know already, the md5sum is available from where you downloaded Puppy. It's the file that ends in either .txt or .md5, rather than .iso. Open that as text and just copy and paste the string of letters and numbers. (only use the part that's like '1286f68e5d6d8f6c', not the part with 'puppy-3.01.iso' Wink )


Also, some burner programs will offer to check that the burned disk matches the .iso file. So if you make sure that the .iso itself wasn't corrupted, then use one of them, you'd accomplish the same thing.

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