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john guardian
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OS DVD question :

When an OS dvd is gen'd, does anyone know if HP puts out a file list WITH a crypto hash for each file?

Thx.
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Dennis Handly
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Re: OS DVD question :

Each file as a saved chsum. Is that good enough?
You can use swverify to check.
john guardian
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Re: OS DVD question :

Can you give me an example of a file, say for instance using /etc/profile?
Dennis Handly
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Re: OS DVD question :

>Can you give me an example of a file, say for instance /etc/profile?

You can use "swverify \*" to check all SD products.
Otherwise you would need to figure out which fileset contains /etc/profile.
swlist -l file | grep /etc/profile
Torsten.
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Re: OS DVD question :

I have no system access now, but a depot file on my laptop.

In the catalog/... directories there are "Info" files which have checksums for each specific file inside.

Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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john guardian
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Re: OS DVD question :

OK, I see what you're referring to.

Thx.
john guardian
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Re: OS DVD question :

Thx. I have what I need now.
Dennis Handly
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Re: OS DVD question :

>for instance using /etc/profile?

Unfortunately this is a bad example, since it is expected to change.
swlist -l file -a path -a is_volatile -a cksum OS-Core.UX-CORE | grep etc/profile
/etc/profile /etc/profile true
/usr/newconfig/etc/profile /usr/newconfig/etc/profile false 3521584149

This says that /etc/profile is volatile, can be changed by the customer. The initial version is in /usr/newconfig/etc/profile.