I searched the archives (having recalled something about this over the last three weeks) but found no specific answer.
After download of the .gz file for OpenSSL 1.0.g and the MD5 and SHA1 files, I have found that the actual MD5 over the .gz doesn’t match the downloaded checksum, nor does the SHA1 value.
At the moment I’m using an earlier version (1.0.1c) of the openssl md5 and sha1 commands to check them.
Such checksum values match for 1.0.1e and 1.01.c and the 0.9.8 stream.
Are there replacements for the md5 and sha1 files that I’m missing?
Dave McLellan, VMAX Software Engineering, EMC Corporation, 176 South St.
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Mea Culpa. I had a bad 1.0.1g gzip file. Having found the right gzip file, both MD5 and SHA1 match now.
For those who answered off-list, thanks very much.
From: mclellan, dave Sent: Monday, April 28, 2014 10:18 AMTo: [hidden email]Subject: openssl 1.0.1g MD5 and SHA1 mismatch