On Monday 30 October 2006 08:53, Keith G wrote:
No it's not. This thread is primarily highlighting the fact
SHA1SUM files, which relate to a specific FC version and arch, should
be named accordingly. This IMO is a very good idea, because the name
"SHA1SUM" is meaningless when you have several different ISOs lying
around. The ISO file itself is named according to the FC version
number and arch. We don't simply call it "ISO".
/me points to boot.iso, vmlinuz, initrd.img, diskboot.img, RELEASE-NOTES.txt,
and any number of other generic named files. Many of these files have
generic names because they are meant to live within a specific directory
structure. SHA1SUM being one of them. You can easily reference the same
file across all releases to get the information.
Release Engineer: Fedora