checksum and CD-burning
Date: 05/09/05

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    Date: Sun, 08 May 2005 19:49:25 -0400


    I am new with fedora.
    I have downloaded the fedora iso files with my windows PC if I have not
    actually a Linux.

    I saw on redgat that I must make a checksum, but there is no onformation
    how I can do it with Windows.
    Also is there only a hint how to burn the CDs with Linux. But not how I
    can burn the CDs with iso-files on windows correct,

    Can anybody help me?

    best regards

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