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revised Python is unable to import OpenSSL
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comment Python is unable to import OpenSSL
Nope. I did not.
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comment Python is unable to import OpenSSL
Yes, I'm sure. See the edit.
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revised Python is unable to import OpenSSL
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comment Python is unable to import OpenSSL
Yes, I installed it with pip.
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asked Python is unable to import OpenSSL
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revised How to create a md5-file for every folder in a drive recursivley?
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comment How to create a md5-file for every folder in a drive recursivley?
So what do I do if I want md5deep to create single md5-file for every folder in a specific drive?
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comment How to create a md5-file for every folder in a drive recursivley?
Yeah, you are right I got it wrong. I thought this way I could checksum single files rather than to checksum the whole content of the folder.
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comment How to create a md5-file for every folder in a drive recursivley?
Similair to what integritychecker on mac os x does: diglloydtools.com/integritychecker.html
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comment How to create a md5-file for every folder in a drive recursivley?
So it's not possible?
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comment How to create a md5-file for every folder in a drive recursivley?
Because md5deep creates one file with all checksums. What I want is a md5-file for every single file. For Example: document1.doc document1.md5, document2.doc document2.md5 and so on.
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asked How to create a md5-file for every folder in a drive recursivley?
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asked How to decrypt single EncFS encrypted files?