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Apache OpenOffice - How to verify the integrity of the downloaded file?




How to verify your download with PGP/ASC signatures and MD5, SHA256 hash values?

A hash value processed on the downloaded file is a way to make sure that the content is transferred OK and has not been damaged during the download process.

Note:
There is no need to do all the verifications. The best is to check the PGP signature (.asc) file. Failing that, use the SHA256 hash, otherwise use the MD5 hash.


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Verify on Windows

How to verify with PGP/ASC signatures



How to verify SHA256 / MD5 hash values



Verify on Linux

How to verify with PGP/ASC signatures



How to verify SHA256 / MD5 hash values



Verify on Mac OS

How to verify with PGP/ASC signatures



How to verify SHA256 / MD5 hash values




What to do when the values do not match?

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