Linux for blind general discussion blinux-list at
Sun Aug 5 09:31:49 UTC 2018

Didier here,

I just downloaded antergos sonar:
didier[/tmp]$ wget
it outputs a lot of messages until it finds a mirror near you, then the
download occurs.

After that you can check the checksums:
didier[/tmp]$ sha1sum antergos-sonar-nozfs-17.9-x86_64.iso 
39f0ff763b68369413b4b3326df1b319b785e932  antergos-sonar-nozfs-17.9-x86_64.iso
didier[/tmp]$ md5sum antergos-sonar-nozfs-17.9-x86_64.iso 
adc153b3ef62d77da2ea6f5224b80f3b  antergos-sonar-nozfs-17.9-x86_64.iso

These values are the ones indicated on so the
downloaded file has not been corrupted during the transfer.

As an aside, there is no md1sum command as far as I know so
I am a bit puled by the value you provided.

As another aside, I don't know if antergos-sonar allows to get
the Arch updates provided as security fixes. If ot, I wouldn't
use it, especially if there is no active maintainer.

Didier Spaier

On 07/31/2018 02:08 PM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> See if you can get a good download of antergos-sonar to replace that
> manjaro.  Reason is, the sonargnulinux project used to use manjaro as its
> accessibility base until things got too difficult with manjaro developers
> so now has moved onto antergos-sonar.  Unfortunately antergos-sonar isn't
> on any rsync server I can find and that's unfortunate since antergos-sonar
> is on and specializes in corrupt file
> downloads.  If you do try for antergos-sonar, the md1sum integrity check
> value to match is:
> fc7e40e0463866f1658498d8e444512517a0810e  antergos-sonar-nozfs-17.9-x86_64.iso
> Good luck.

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