There are many algorithms or hash functions that allow us to obtain the so-called checksum(checksum) to verify the integrity of a file, which this time we will use to check if our download of the deepin .iso file is not corrupted (downloaded with problems), which is one of the big problems when installing and with this post we will rule out that problem.
On the download page we find the following:
The first 2 are for the verification of the iso of deepin 15.7 the third is for the verification of the rescue iso of the system.
This method generates a unique MD5 hash for each file, it is widely used in Unix-based systems, to check the integrity of our downloaded file we open the terminal where we have our downloaded file and write
Which it resulted in
Coinciding with the one on the page, thus verifying by the md5sum method that our file was downloaded correctly
This generates a has of 256bits with the same methodology of md5sums, to verify with this method in the terminal we write
The resulting hash is
Comparing the results, we verify that our file was completely downloaded and we can proceed with confidence to install our preferred operating system.
The installation process from scratch, you can find it you here.