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Checksum for SailfishX download?

asked 2017-10-21 13:29:36 +0200

ralooyar gravatar image

updated 2017-10-21 17:02:08 +0200

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I purchased Sailfish X to flash my Xperia X smartphone. In the Jolla download center, I downloaded the file SailfishOS-2.1.3.5-1-f5121-0.0.1.16.zip.

Now I have the strong desire to verify that the downloaded file is ok, before I start flashing those data on the Xperia X.

On the one hand, the file is a Zip file which has some internal CRCs, which could be used for integrity checks (See Stackexchange) and the file was downloaded via HTTPS, which adds some extra level of protection.

But on the other hand, providing a simple checksum would be very easy and would add some more "everything is ok"-feeling. ;)

So here is the checksum of my download (downloaded on 21th October 2017):

File: SailfishOS-2.1.3.5-1-f5121-0.0.1.16.zip

  • md5sum: 11cf4e541cbf78ff2e895d9fd4dc0432
  • sha256sum: c2a104db7bd85819c68ea5f46928b45be7b1ec06568294e057a767b78f97c5db
  • sha512sum: 22abc12c061bf51cdb21fc0ce5733a4e4a170e57f487976144800a5d88722bae 46fd65f2ffc5d153a6012ef5f7993725ee2c410f42299b79ebcbf6e1d510e806

And zip -F SailfishOS-2.1.3.5-1-f5121-0.0.1.16.zip --out SailfishOS-fix.zip and zip -T SailfishOS-2.1.3.5-1-f5121-0.0.1.16.zip report Zip-integrity is ok.

Confirmations of this checksum are appreciated. :)

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answered 2017-10-21 14:09:55 +0200

rgp gravatar image

I didn't keep the zip file after I extracted it, but if you extract the zip file there's actually a md5.lst file inside where you can check the files contained therein. Here's the contents of mine:

ed5a809dc0024d83cbab4fb9933d598d AdbWinApi.dll 0e24119daf1909e398fa1850b6112077 AdbWinUsbApi.dll a091d61c53094eac97fd43241ede2466 extracting-README.txt c980ea6caa9140ee3f30cdc0e98844c4 fastboot.exe 611d0db74e6ffd22addf63318508b71d fimage.img001 b4b0cf6854d4a7d7183ba119504ee5d6 flashing-README.txt 16e818a0a27a263163fb22656523fa3b flash-on-windows.bat a6c86c8f1369df8a7a6c249dbe818cb0 flash.sh 77ddc7a0b9dd95db593829b97bc9868a hybris-boot.img 33a4b502070c415938acf02c019954d6 hybris-recovery.img 4aeaf0cb890e9188ba42f48353741cd4 Jolla-2.1.3.5-f5121-armv7hl.urls 88d74c452de2521e3eebd4f4dcdb3851 sailfish.img001

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Thanks for the tip about the file md5.list! I am sorry, that I can't accept both answers as correct, since they are both correct and helpful. But the answer of @filip-k confirms the initial checksum, so it does fit the question a little bit more.

ralooyar ( 2017-10-21 21:38:01 +0200 )edit
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answered 2017-10-21 16:41:39 +0200

Filip K. gravatar image

My checksums are the same as you list them.

Also file md5.lst inside of zip has the same checksums as I calculated them.

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answered 2019-02-09 14:13:29 +0200

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updated 2019-02-09 14:13:52 +0200

sha512sum Sailfish_OS-Jolla-3.0.1.14-h4213-0.0.7.14.zip a.k.a Sony Xperia XA2 Ultra Dual SIM (Dual-SIM)

5fdcbfcbd354eafbd0c13d160bd496e0ffdce8f30b7d2aa9f29fac35e4d4ad82a296533b78b27e4a010024f89d2ecdbae4054b5b892b6f73a974af15b4535d99
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