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md5 checksum error and no suitable frontend error
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vikeyev Offline
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Not Solved md5 checksum error and no suitable frontend error

Hello again guys,

I bought amnesia the full version and downloaded it last night and received error in md5 checksums. After browsing these forums and google I redownloaded the game and got the same error. I redownloaded it a couple times from different sources and the same source and still kept getting the error. I read on another forum that saving a .sh file can corrupt and damage it, so when I downloaded it instead of choosing save file I chose open with kwrite. I used the sh command again and didn't get the checksum error, but I got an error saying could not find a suitable frontend.

So I went searching on this forum and google and found a thread on this site saying things about it but none of the solutions fixed my problem (might also be because I use opensuse and they were using ubuntu).

After that I decided to use one of the suggestions form that thread that I hadn't already and downloaded the file on a windows computer, burnt it to a disk (and put it on a usb) and tried it on this pc and I got the md5 checksum error once again.

I am desperate to get this thing working and I don't want to have to download it again I have already downloaded it about 8-9 times and at 960MB per download it is eating away my download limit. Any suggestions you can give will be greatly appreciated.

MOBO: Asus M4A87TD/USB3
CPU: AMD Athlon II x2 245
GPU: Radeon HD5770
RAM: 2GB Corsair single channel
PSU: 600 watt
OS: OpenSuSE 11.2 32 Bit

^ I'm going to add that into my sig I'm sick of typing it out.

Oh BTW here is the latest checksum error:
vikeyev@localhost:~> sh amnesia_tdd_1.0.sh
Verifying archive integrity...Error in MD5 checksums: b1ecc3f2c9324dbe4c426447afb1f1a6 is different from e906c157d978a4d2899739c9d3a21667

MOBO: Asus M4A87TD/USB3
CPU: AMD Athlon II x2 245
GPU: Radeon HD5770
RAM: Corsair VS2GB1333D3 2GB (1333MHz) DDR3 RAM, Non ECC Unbuffered, 9-9-9-24, 1.5V
PSU: 600 watt shark
HDD: West Gate 1TB 7200RPM SATA2
OS: Ubuntu 10.10
10-02-2010 02:30 PM
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shaola Offline
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Not Solved RE: md5 checksum error and no suitable frontend error

(10-02-2010 02:30 PM)vikeyev Wrote:  Hello again guys,

I bought amnesia the full version and downloaded it last night and received error in md5 checksums. After browsing these forums and google I redownloaded the game and got the same error. I redownloaded it a couple times from different sources and the same source and still kept getting the error. I read on another forum that saving a .sh file can corrupt and damage it, so when I downloaded it instead of choosing save file I chose open with kwrite. I used the sh command again and didn't get the checksum error, but I got an error saying could not find a suitable frontend.

So I went searching on this forum and google and found a thread on this site saying things about it but none of the solutions fixed my problem (might also be because I use opensuse and they were using ubuntu).

After that I decided to use one of the suggestions form that thread that I hadn't already and downloaded the file on a windows computer, burnt it to a disk (and put it on a usb) and tried it on this pc and I got the md5 checksum error once again.

I am desperate to get this thing working and I don't want to have to download it again I have already downloaded it about 8-9 times and at 960MB per download it is eating away my download limit. Any suggestions you can give will be greatly appreciated.

MOBO: Asus M4A87TD/USB3
CPU: AMD Athlon II x2 245
GPU: Radeon HD5770
RAM: 2GB Corsair single channel
PSU: 600 watt
OS: OpenSuSE 11.2 32 Bit

^ I'm going to add that into my sig I'm sick of typing it out.

Oh BTW here is the latest checksum error:
vikeyev@localhost:~> sh amnesia_tdd_1.0.sh
Verifying archive integrity...Error in MD5 checksums: b1ecc3f2c9324dbe4c426447afb1f1a6 is different from e906c157d978a4d2899739c9d3a21667

if developers don't care i could upload a torrent file with my downloaded version (of course without a key) not to download by torrent just to let your torrent client to check the file and redownload just the corrupted packages. I've already used this to correct corrupted diferente distros iso files when the direct download fails in that way. (at least with ktorrent)

The process should be this.
1- You place amnesia_tdd_1.0.sh file in for example your home folder
2- you open the torrent file with your torrent client and place the download in the folder you have your file
3- the torrent client finds that file and starts verification of that file
4- the torrent client just download a couple of kilobytes that are corrupted or missing

and you have the file with correct md5sum.

5- i remove the torrent in order to noone else can download it

what do you think?
10-02-2010 02:46 PM
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vikeyev Offline
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Not Solved RE: md5 checksum error and no suitable frontend error

(10-02-2010 02:46 PM)shaola Wrote:  
(10-02-2010 02:30 PM)vikeyev Wrote:  Hello again guys,

I bought amnesia the full version and downloaded it last night and received error in md5 checksums. After browsing these forums and google I redownloaded the game and got the same error. I redownloaded it a couple times from different sources and the same source and still kept getting the error. I read on another forum that saving a .sh file can corrupt and damage it, so when I downloaded it instead of choosing save file I chose open with kwrite. I used the sh command again and didn't get the checksum error, but I got an error saying could not find a suitable frontend.

So I went searching on this forum and google and found a thread on this site saying things about it but none of the solutions fixed my problem (might also be because I use opensuse and they were using ubuntu).

After that I decided to use one of the suggestions form that thread that I hadn't already and downloaded the file on a windows computer, burnt it to a disk (and put it on a usb) and tried it on this pc and I got the md5 checksum error once again.

I am desperate to get this thing working and I don't want to have to download it again I have already downloaded it about 8-9 times and at 960MB per download it is eating away my download limit. Any suggestions you can give will be greatly appreciated.

MOBO: Asus M4A87TD/USB3
CPU: AMD Athlon II x2 245
GPU: Radeon HD5770
RAM: 2GB Corsair single channel
PSU: 600 watt
OS: OpenSuSE 11.2 32 Bit

^ I'm going to add that into my sig I'm sick of typing it out.

Oh BTW here is the latest checksum error:
vikeyev@localhost:~> sh amnesia_tdd_1.0.sh
Verifying archive integrity...Error in MD5 checksums: b1ecc3f2c9324dbe4c426447afb1f1a6 is different from e906c157d978a4d2899739c9d3a21667

if developers don't care i could upload a torrent file with my downloaded version (of course without a key) not to download by torrent just to let your torrent client to check the file and redownload just the corrupted packages. I've already used this to correct corrupted diferente distros iso files when the direct download fails in that way. (at least with ktorrent)

The process should be this.
1- You place amnesia_tdd_1.0.sh file in for example your home folder
2- you open the torrent file with your torrent client and place the download in the folder you have your file
3- the torrent client finds that file and starts verification of that file
4- the torrent client just download a couple of kilobytes that are corrupted or missing

and you have the file with correct md5sum.

5- i remove the torrent in order to noone else can download it

what do you think?


I'm not sure if that would be allowed.

MOBO: Asus M4A87TD/USB3
CPU: AMD Athlon II x2 245
GPU: Radeon HD5770
RAM: Corsair VS2GB1333D3 2GB (1333MHz) DDR3 RAM, Non ECC Unbuffered, 9-9-9-24, 1.5V
PSU: 600 watt shark
HDD: West Gate 1TB 7200RPM SATA2
OS: Ubuntu 10.10
10-02-2010 02:58 PM
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shaola Offline
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Not Solved RE: md5 checksum error and no suitable frontend error

(10-02-2010 02:58 PM)vikeyev Wrote:  I'm not sure if that would be allowed.


that's why i am asking for permision, anyway i would only let upload just a few kilobytes to correct your file and after that i would delete the torrent
10-02-2010 03:00 PM
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Urkle Offline
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Not Solved RE: md5 checksum error and no suitable frontend error

vikeyev,

Also, what application are you using to download the file with? It really makes no difference if you save it directly to disk or "open it" with a program. The difference there is the later downloads and THEN opens.

The correct MD5 of the whole file is this
md5sum amnesia_tdd_1.0_linux_1.sh
1371d13237143b845e42968cee46002a  amnesia_tdd_1.0_linux_1.sh

How much frees space do you have in your /tmp directory? You need at least 2.2 GB free in that directory. or the installer won't startup correctly.

shaola,
Please do not share your download via torrent.

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Mac Pro Dual 2Ghz, 14GB RAM, 10.6 (still), nVidia 8800 512MB.
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10-02-2010 03:24 PM
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shaola Offline
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(10-02-2010 03:24 PM)Urkle Wrote:  shaola,
Please do not share your download via torrent.

it is not my intentiong to share my download, please don't missunderstand me.

my intention was only to use a tool to correct his download, not to share mine.
10-02-2010 03:31 PM
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vikeyev Offline
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(10-02-2010 03:24 PM)Urkle Wrote:  vikeyev,

Also, what application are you using to download the file with? It really makes no difference if you save it directly to disk or "open it" with a program. The difference there is the later downloads and THEN opens.

The correct MD5 of the whole file is this
md5sum amnesia_tdd_1.0_linux_1.sh
1371d13237143b845e42968cee46002a  amnesia_tdd_1.0_linux_1.sh

How much frees space do you have in your /tmp directory? You need at least 2.2 GB free in that directory. or the installer won't startup correctly.

shaola,
Please do not share your download via torrent.

How do I know how much free space is in my tmp directory?
Not sure if this is it but when I right click on the tmp folder and go properties it says 12.2GB free of 19.7GB

EDIT: Oh I forgot to mention, I'm just using firefox to download the file.

EDIT: heres my md5
vikeyev@localhost:/tmp> md5sum amnesia_tdd_1.0-1.sh
1371d13237143b845e42968cee46002a  amnesia_tdd_1.0-1.sh
vikeyev@localhost:/tmp> sh amnesia_tdd_1.0-1.sh
Verifying archive integrity...Error in MD5 checksums: 014c66b828796f388d431a1edb4c9ae3 is different from e906c157d978a4d2899739c9d3a21667

MOBO: Asus M4A87TD/USB3
CPU: AMD Athlon II x2 245
GPU: Radeon HD5770
RAM: Corsair VS2GB1333D3 2GB (1333MHz) DDR3 RAM, Non ECC Unbuffered, 9-9-9-24, 1.5V
PSU: 600 watt shark
HDD: West Gate 1TB 7200RPM SATA2
OS: Ubuntu 10.10
10-02-2010 04:55 PM
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Urkle Offline
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my way of finding the free space in /tmp is from a terminal/shell

df -h /tmp

Shouldn't be any issue downloading with firefox. Do any of the files you downloaded match the md5sum I sent you? To check the md5sum of the files goto a terminal and run
md5sum amnesia_tdd_1.0.sh

and repeat for all copies you have downloaded.

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10-02-2010 05:36 PM
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vikeyev Offline
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(10-02-2010 05:36 PM)Urkle Wrote:  my way of finding the free space in /tmp is from a terminal/shell

df -h /tmp

Shouldn't be any issue downloading with firefox. Do any of the files you downloaded match the md5sum I sent you? To check the md5sum of the files goto a terminal and run
md5sum amnesia_tdd_1.0.sh

and repeat for all copies you have downloaded.

I have 13GB free space left in my tmp folder, The last file I downloaded matched the md5sum but as soon as I sh'd it I got the error. I posted the output in my last post.

vikeyev@localhost:/tmp> md5sum amnesia_tdd_1.0.sh
ec43ae0dbeaa71e7f8a139b21ccb28ba  amnesia_tdd_1.0.sh
vikeyev@localhost:/tmp> md5sum amnesia_tdd_1.0-1.sh
92bfa4342a55ebf9bc506127e8ea2c24  amnesia_tdd_1.0-1.sh
vikeyev@localhost:/tmp> md5sum amnesia_tdd_1.0-2.sh
bc1d827202a0f79631926d78c3044e13  amnesia_tdd_1.0-2.sh
vikeyev@localhost:/tmp> cd ~/
vikeyev@localhost:~> md5sum amnesia_tdd_1.0.sh
766d7433b50f9ca37166c72da19c990c  amnesia_tdd_1.0.sh
vikeyev@localhost:~> cd ~/Download
vikeyev@localhost:~/Download> md5sum amnesia_tdd_1.0-1.sh
403ee0ddb9cf2b8b61af8e893842d7a4  amnesia_tdd_1.0-1.sh
vikeyev@localhost:~/Download> /media
bash: /media: is a directory
vikeyev@localhost:~> cd /media/Downloads
vikeyev@localhost:/media/Downloads> md5sum  amnesia_tdd_1.0.sh
214e72bf0c132b90f3373f8f47f8d81e  amnesia_tdd_1.0.sh

MOBO: Asus M4A87TD/USB3
CPU: AMD Athlon II x2 245
GPU: Radeon HD5770
RAM: Corsair VS2GB1333D3 2GB (1333MHz) DDR3 RAM, Non ECC Unbuffered, 9-9-9-24, 1.5V
PSU: 600 watt shark
HDD: West Gate 1TB 7200RPM SATA2
OS: Ubuntu 10.10
10-03-2010 04:29 AM
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vikeyev Offline
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Not Solved RE: md5 checksum error and no suitable frontend error

Ok I've managed to stop the md5 errors but I can't stop the no suitable frontend errors, any ideas?

MOBO: Asus M4A87TD/USB3
CPU: AMD Athlon II x2 245
GPU: Radeon HD5770
RAM: Corsair VS2GB1333D3 2GB (1333MHz) DDR3 RAM, Non ECC Unbuffered, 9-9-9-24, 1.5V
PSU: 600 watt shark
HDD: West Gate 1TB 7200RPM SATA2
OS: Ubuntu 10.10
10-04-2010 05:23 AM
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