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Make MD5 sums

   2.0.20071115  

Nautilus Script

Score 59%
Make MD5 sums
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Make MD5 sums
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  2771
Submitted:  Nov 14 2007
Updated:  Nov 15 2007

Description:

This script is based on the Mkmd5 script from here: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/NScripts?content=67655

There are two main differences between the two:
1. The original doesn't create MD5 for multi-selections (like, more than one file or a directory with all its sub-directories and files).
2. This script has a better progress bar implementation so you can actually see how much left...

Installation instructions:
1. Download the file.
2. Move it to ~/.gnome2/nautilus-scripts
3. Make sure it is executable [chmod +x "Calculate MD5 (Files and Directories)"]
OR
Download http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Script+Installer?content=67612
and install it and then you won't have to worry about script installation anymore ;)

Comments would be appreciated!

Ofir




Changelog:

Version 2:
This version feature a full (almost, at least) MD5 creation solution.
It can create MD5 hash for single choice of a file/directory or for multi choice of files and/or directories.
If only one file was selected, the script will give two options, the first will store the MD5 hash in a file, and the second will display it on the screen.


Version 1 - First release:
20071114 - the first dialog which asks for a filename was removed. Instead, the script takes the name of the selected file and adds .md5




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 Suggestion

 
 by respite on: Nov 14 2007
 
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I believe the dialog asking for a filename can be skipped entirely. Simply apply some sane defaults for the filename, perhaps the file being summed or the folder if there are multiple files selected. The checksum file can simply be renamed later if the user wishes.


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 Re: Suggestion

 
 by ofir on: Nov 14 2007
 
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Thanks respite!

I updated the script.

Someone has an idea for another script?


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 Re: Re: Suggestion

 
 by fuckingbugmenot on: Feb 27 2008
 
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Could you make it that it at first just alerts the checksums and in that Window there's an option to save it to a file?
That'd be faster for those who only want to see it and same fast for those who want it to a file.


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 script

 
 by udolf on: Nov 14 2007
 
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can u make a script that simply checks a file and displays the md5sum in a little window (maybe it can be copied and pasted from that window), instead of saving it to a file ?


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 Re: script

 
 by ofir on: Nov 15 2007
 
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I will to that

Maybe I will add this option to this script so it will be more flexible...

So stay tuned!


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 Don't get it..

 
 by nowshining on: Nov 18 2007
 
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i don't get how to add it via source :( can u upload the whole script in its wholeness..


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 prob solved on my en

 
 by nowshining on: Nov 19 2007
 
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on my end i uninstalled zenity :( now I installed it :) or re-installed it actually and now it works..

oh and if it doesn't work for anyone install cksfv by opening up synaptic package manger and doing a search for it.. :)


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 window resize

 
 by conu on: Jan 25 2008
 
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Now that's what I call a nice, simple and useful script. Thank you very much for sharing that. Only one question: Could you resize the little window that displays the md5sum when choosing the 'Display on screen' option, so that one can have a look at the result without resizing the window by hand ?


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 Re: window resize

 
 by ofir on: Feb 20 2008
 
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Thank you for your comment.

I'm sorry, but I think there is no option to resize it, since Zenity, the program which is used to display the dialog, doesn't include an option to set the dialog size.


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 Re: Re: window resize

 
 by issuemanager on: Apr 23 2008
 
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I changed some things on it

I hope you find it useful


here the link:

http://brainstormingproject.free.fr/MD5sum.tar.gz


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 Re: Re: Re: window resize

 
 by ofir on: May 14 2008
 
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All changes you made are:
1. Handling -> Options
2. You replaced the entry dialog to info dialog.

Am I correct?


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