Checking my build setup

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Tom Worster

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Jul 23, 2012, 9:14:29 PM7/23/12
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I think I might have got ML to compile. Is it possible to check from the
hash of my autoexec.bin?

I used ML2.3-stable and I have:

$ shasum platform/50D.109/autoexec.bin
6f1cf256f670d74e9965bf9989c103bec43a580e platform/50D.109/autoexec.bin


or

$ md5 platform/50D.109/autoexec.bin
MD5 (platform/50D.109/autoexec.bin) = 010d9746bb9024233763ff50719f4861



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Alex

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Jul 24, 2012, 1:22:02 AM7/24/12
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The hash changes every time, since it includes a timestamp in version info.

You can check file size - roughly 1.6 MB for a unified binary, roughly
320K for a camera-specific binary. The unified binary also checks
firmware version before booting (for detecting camera model), but the
camera-specific one does not.
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Chris Ball

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Jul 23, 2012, 10:01:56 PM7/23/12
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Hi,

On Mon, Jul 23 2012, Tom Worster wrote:
> I think I might have got ML to compile. Is it possible to check from the
> hash of my autoexec.bin?

No, because the autoexec.bin contains both your username (so your hash
won't be the same as anyone else's) and the date/time it was built (so
your hash won't be the same twice).

If your autoexec.bin file size is somewhere around 324KB, you're
probably in good shape.

- Chris.
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