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REQ: Mountain LION DP4 checksum


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Could you some with an Apple developer account take a screenshot of either the SHA1 or MD5 hash string for Mountain Lion DP4 and post it here?

I have a copy of the dmg from unknown origin and would like to compare the SHA1 or MD5 sum string.

Thanks much.

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Don't take this the wrong way but why? ML will be out in a matter of a couple of weeks. Wait for the more stable final release. Supposedly its going to be released on July 19th.

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i bet on july 25th....looks like apple will release new operating system every year....for hackintoshers like us it gives us a good opportunity to tweak and play with OS X and make it work perfect for you. but for real mac users, they have to spend 20$+ every year just for minor upgrades ;)

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...but for real mac users, they have to spend 20$+ every year just for minor upgrades ;)

Just to clarify: If you're not using a distro (like iatkos), you should buy it even if you install it on a PC... technically the iatkos-like distros are illegal. And real mac users can torrent it too, so it's not depends on what hardware you install it.

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It's always good to know the official checksums. In a few years people will want to play around with old beta versions of ML the same way they do with old Mac betas now. And as there's no official discs it can only be distributed in digital form now, so having a checksum helps to ensure authenticity.





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