SHA1 hash of Lion downloaded from App Store?

Leolo

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Nov 17, 2012
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Hi people,

Does anyone have the MD5 or SHA1 hashes of Lion 10.7.5 "InstallESD.dmg" downloaded from Apple Store?

I'm getting this SHA-1 value:
51bcb4e75854195789de2f519e08a7b75e94952d

And this MD5 value:
f5cb363981311b3e8b794e57d1f05642

And I'd like to know if they're been corrupted during the transfer.

Thanks a lot in advance!
 

Intell

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One of the neat things about dmg files is that they verify themselves when mounted. Just mount it and it'll tell you if it corrupted.
 

Leolo

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Nov 17, 2012
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Mmmm, I normally skip the blue progress bar to quickly open the DMG.

Seems that I'll have to wait for it to finish at least once, then. :)

Thanks!
 

Intell

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That isn't a very smart thing to do. Doing so can cause data corruption and problems in the disk image or if you install something from the disc image.
 

Mr. Retrofire

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Hi people,

Does anyone have the MD5 or SHA1 hashes of Lion 10.7.5 "InstallESD.dmg" downloaded from Apple Store?

I'm getting this SHA-1 value:
51bcb4e75854195789de2f519e08a7b75e94952d

And this MD5 value:
f5cb363981311b3e8b794e57d1f05642
Here are my hashes for the OS X Lion InstallESD.dmg (v10.7.5 Build 11G63):
(/Applications/Install Mac OS X Lion.app/Contents/SharedSupport/InstallESD.dmg)

SHA-1:
a044fc01fa75b1f255dbdd6ea4fefa30cef147b0


SHA-512:
a54fd09862d8d8e6834cfe05ca73c3eaace9515fe65150d97d27288a6658ad9ac9af6de920a85d16f7288de36f122e0cb718a2b3e11fab09eb0099bf3b465cc2

Downloaded on:
19. October 2012


Computed via:
openssl dgst -sha1 <path-to-dmg-file>
or

openssl dgst -sha512 <path-to-dmg-file>
Note:
It is possible that you have a newer, older or machine dependent version of OS X Lion 10.7.5. Mount the InstallESD.dmg and check the build version in the terminal via:
defaults read /Volumes/Mac\ OS\ X\ Install\ ESD/System/Library/CoreServices/SystemVersion 'ProductBuildVersion'
 

Leolo

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Nov 17, 2012
3
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Silly me, I was hashing the wrong DMG file in another folder :(

I've tested the actual file and now it gives me this SHA1:

2debf2637801981b8c0386b7cba35c4d8fe4416c

Which seems to be the correct one for the older 11G56 version.

I'll re-download again to get the newer one.

Thanks a million!

Regards.