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-===== Verify ISO image =====+===== Verify ISO/IMG image =====
  
 ==== Basic way ==== ==== Basic way ====
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 === Linux host === === Linux host ===
  
-Sparky iso image should be downloaded from one of the official servers only. Use links from the download page only: [[http://​sparkylinux.org/​download|http://​sparkylinux.org/​download]] to make sure they are official.+Sparky iso image should be downloaded from one of the official servers only. Use links from the download page only: [[https://​sparkylinux.org/​download|https://​sparkylinux.org/​download]] to make sure they are official.
  
-Download the AllSums.txt file too, which features control sums of the iso image:+Download the AllSums.txt file too, which features control sums of the ISO/​IMG ​image:
    * md5sum    * md5sum
    * sha1    * sha1
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    * sha512    * sha512
  
-To verify Sparky ​iso image, run one of the command, using a terminal emulator, in the download folder:+To verify Sparky ​ISO/​IMG ​image, run one of the command, using a terminal emulator, in the download folder:
    ​md5sum sparkylinux-<​version>​-<​arch>​-<​edition>​.iso    ​md5sum sparkylinux-<​version>​-<​arch>​-<​edition>​.iso
    ​sha1sum sparkylinux-<​version>​-<​arch>​-<​edition>​.iso    ​sha1sum sparkylinux-<​version>​-<​arch>​-<​edition>​.iso
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 3. Download **sparkylinux-<​version>​-<​arch>​-<​edition>​.iso.sig** file from the download page. 3. Download **sparkylinux-<​version>​-<​arch>​-<​edition>​.iso.sig** file from the download page.
  
-4. Open a terminal emulator in your download directory which contains both the Sparky ​iso image and the sig file, and verify the iso (example):+4. Open a terminal emulator in your download directory which contains both the Sparky ​ISO/​IMG ​image and the sig file, and verify the ISO/​IMG ​(example):
    gpg --keyid-format 0xlong --verify sparkylinux-4.3-i686-minimalcli.iso.sig sparkylinux-4.3-i686-minimalcli.iso    gpg --keyid-format 0xlong --verify sparkylinux-4.3-i686-minimalcli.iso.sig sparkylinux-4.3-i686-minimalcli.iso
 The output should display the right key: The output should display the right key:
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    ​Primary key fingerprint:​ 1F61 A0A8 478A E18E A3E7  7CF9 C39D 3F72 2C86 EECA    ​Primary key fingerprint:​ 1F61 A0A8 478A E18E A3E7  7CF9 C39D 3F72 2C86 EECA
   ​   ​
-Change the iso image name to yours.+Change the ISO/​IMG ​image name to the one you have.
  
-Everything is fine if the iso key is the same as is in point 2 and 4:+Everything is fine if the ISO/​IMG ​key is the same as is in point 2 and 4:
    ​gpg: ​               using RSA key 1F61A0A8478AE18EA3E77CF9C39D3F722C86EECA    ​gpg: ​               using RSA key 1F61A0A8478AE18EA3E77CF9C39D3F722C86EECA
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