yes I downloaded both files then merged then ran the md5sum utility, got the right checksum.
I was wondering, when I downloaded the file I did it on a windows pc and ran the merge on it, then the md5sum and burned a dvd. however the servers are Linux. I assumed this shouldn't make any difference as its only a lump of data thats being merged, shouldn't matter what os is doing the merging, right?
I have had issues with merging files before. the md5 of individual files will match, but after combining, it wont match at all. I dont think the windows/linux issue matters, but the last time i did a 6.0 to 6.1 upgrade, i had to run it via CLI.
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