[Nagiosplug-help] md5 sums for the plugins

Thomas Guyot-Sionnest dermoth at aei.ca
Thu Nov 13 14:15:46 CET 2008

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On 12/11/08 03:36 AM, Andreas Ericsson wrote:
> Pavel Mirsky wrote:
>>>> On 11/11/08 07:42 PM, Pavel Mirsky wrote:
>>>>> Hi,
>>>>> I am interested in Nagios and am working through
>>> the plugin
>>>>> installation.  I've downloaded the source but
>>> am unable to
>>>>> find MD5 sums on your site to compare with my
>>> download.  Can
>>>>> you point me to the MD5 sums so I can verify my
>>> the
>>>>> integrity of my download?
>>>> There are checksums in Gzip compression, so it it
>>> untars
>>>> without errors it's fine.
>>> Could he be asking to verify that the download is not trojaned?
>>> -Jason Martin -- Nobody knows the Tribbles I've seen... This
>>> message is PGP/MIME signed.
>> Thank you for your responses.  The biggest concern is ensuring that
>> the files I have downloaded contain only the code that the developers
>> intended - IE. not trojaned.  If this is satisfied, I will know I
>> have received it without errors as well.
>> I have looked all over http://nagiosplugins.org/ and the Nagios
>> Plugins Sourceforge site and found nothing.  The MD5 is for the
>> Nagios core is in the release notes on the Nagios site.  Why not for
>> the plugins as well?  Have I overlooked it?
> Not that it fixes your issue right now, but if you download the git
> repo and build from that, you have SHA1 hashes verifying not only the
> content but also the entire history on every revision.

Yes, but the Git repo still has some glitches due to revision tags...
I'm working on that BTW:

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