Difference between revisions of "Rpi Datasheet 701 Downloading OS Images"

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3. Open command prompt (DOS prompt) and drag and drop the sha1sum.exe in to the command prompt (and it will display the path to the file sha1sum.exe file), then you just put a space, drag the image file into the command prompt too and press enter
 
3. Open command prompt (DOS prompt) and drag and drop the sha1sum.exe in to the command prompt (and it will display the path to the file sha1sum.exe file), then you just put a space, drag the image file into the command prompt too and press enter
 
compare result with one on site<br>
 
compare result with one on site<br>
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4. If it's not there go back to step 3 and start again<br>
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5. Compare the hash you have with the one on the site<br>
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6. If they are the same... great success<br>
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7. If not, go back to step 1<br><br>
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'''MAC Instructions:<br><br>'''
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1. Download the file and make sure you have the icon of the downloaded file displayed somewhere in the Finder.<br>
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2. Open the Terminal application.<br>
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3. Run "/usr/bin/openssl sha1" (without the quotes), then you just put a space, drag the image file into the command prompt too and press enter<br>
 
4. If it's not there go back to step 3 and start again<br>
 
4. If it's not there go back to step 3 and start again<br>
 
5. Compare the hash you have with the one on the site<br>
 
5. Compare the hash you have with the one on the site<br>
 
6. If they are the same... great success<br>
 
6. If they are the same... great success<br>
 
7. If not, go back to step 1<br><br>
 
7. If not, go back to step 1<br><br>

Revision as of 17:49, 25 February 2012

Linux Instructions:

1. Download image file
2. Go to a Linux terminal (Shell prompt))
3. Run sha1sum /path/to/file
4. If it's not there go back to step 3 and start again
5. Compare the hash you have with the one on the site
6. If they are the same... great success
7. If not, go back to step 1


Windows Instructions:

1. Download imsage file
2. Download sha1sum.exe from http://downloads.raspberrypi.org/tools/sha1sum.exe
3. Open command prompt (DOS prompt) and drag and drop the sha1sum.exe in to the command prompt (and it will display the path to the file sha1sum.exe file), then you just put a space, drag the image file into the command prompt too and press enter compare result with one on site
4. If it's not there go back to step 3 and start again
5. Compare the hash you have with the one on the site
6. If they are the same... great success
7. If not, go back to step 1


MAC Instructions:

1. Download the file and make sure you have the icon of the downloaded file displayed somewhere in the Finder.
2. Open the Terminal application.
3. Run "/usr/bin/openssl sha1" (without the quotes), then you just put a space, drag the image file into the command prompt too and press enter
4. If it's not there go back to step 3 and start again
5. Compare the hash you have with the one on the site
6. If they are the same... great success
7. If not, go back to step 1