The process of verifying the Integrity and Authenticity of Linux Mint ISO file downloaded on Windows System.

The integrity check confirms that your ISO image was properly downloaded and that your local file is an exact copy of the file present on the download servers. An error during the download could result in a corrupted file and trigger random issues during the installation.

The authenticity check confirms that the ISO image you downloaded was signed by Linux Mint, and thus that it isn’t a modified or malicious copy made by somebody else.

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10 Comments

William

May 26, 2020

Thank you very much! Helped a lot!

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amaxamon

May 26, 2020

I still have zero idea what in the unholy fuck I'm supposed to be doing.

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nikoloz kvrivishvili

May 26, 2020

My Linux Mint 19.3 Xfce iso file has just passed integrity and authenticity check with your instructions! I want to express sincere gratitude to you!

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Marty McFly · 35 years ago {edited}

May 26, 2020

then after all of these, simply use rufus to make a bootable ISO to flashdrive?
and what VerifySHAKeys.xlsx file for?

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Chaos Factor

May 26, 2020

What if you don’t have excel?

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Germaine Zulueta

May 26, 2020

Wow such a wonderful and very explanatory video. Thank you sooooooo much for putting this out. Was having problems following the instructions on the linux mint website. This helped a lot. Love the excel trick to verify it so you don't get cross-eyed reading all those numbers and comparing them. Subscribing to your channel again many thanks

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Jason Black-Joseph

May 26, 2020

I was at the gpg step for Mint Cinnamon 64 bit and got the "gpg not recognized as an internal or external command" line I was using the world mirror

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Snoop Dogg

May 26, 2020

When i try to check the -hashfile of linux is says it cant find the file…

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Siddhesh More

May 26, 2020

Got this error while signing in import key : "gpg: keyserver receive failed: Server indicated a failure"???HELP? My internet connection is working bdw

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Mick B

May 26, 2020

You've got to do all of this bs just to verify a iso isn't malicious? Isn't Mint supposed to be for beginners? lmao

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