The md5sum program does not provide checksums for directories. I want to get a single MD5 checksum for the entire contents of a directory, including files in sub-directories. That is, one combined ...
Are there any general solutions to check if a file is corrupt or not? For example, whether a video file is bad, or a compressed file is corrupt, etc.
Repeatedly ziping a file that is newly created, but identical, however the shasum of the zip keeps changing
This is a followup to I am repeatedly zipping the same folder of files, but the shasum keeps changing essentially.. I am trying to add a file containing the git sha of the current commit when I zip a ...
I have a large file (2-3 GB, binary, undocumented format) that I use on two different computers (normally I use it on a desktop system but when I travel I put it on my laptop). I use rsync to transfer ...
I want to store SHA512 checksum of the file for my application. How to do it in common (popular) way? So this checksum can be used but by third party application too.
I am zipping a folder and fingerprinting it with its shasum however this keeps changing on every zipping. Same with md5 any idea why? Is it working based on access time or something? Is there a way to ...