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Greg

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Can someone explain how MD5 is supposed to work?  I understand the concept of hashing files, but I don't see any .MD5 files created.  Nor do I see a variable that would allow me to list the hash in the files listing.

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menu -> fingerprints
check "enabled" and "save new..."

at this point, right click on a file and do "copy URL with fingerprint"
an MD5 file will be created


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Of course this question will be very stupid , but i don't understand - how REALY use (in practice) "MD5 hashes/fingerprints" in HFS.
Please include examples of using hashes in HFS - any (different) examples are greet!
And of course i'm sorry for my English :)



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Yes, of course, i read this topic .
That mean md5 creates for file test? Good file or broken?

And how use this tool without extensions? Just many users don't have another "addon" in his browsers (only nacked IE, Opera, FF) ...

Sorry for stupid questions - but i see that tool very long ago , but I never use it :)
And of course i'm sorry for my English :)


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That mean md5 creates for file test? Good file or broken?

yes, file integrity

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And how use this tool without extensions? Just many users don't have another "addon" in his browsers (only nacked IE, Opera, FF) ...

you can use other software, command line or with windows.
total commander has this feature.