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    Default Deskop use, cheksum

    Hello, I introduce myself briefly, I am a daily Linux user.

    Can I use Untangle for standard daily use, as dekstop computer?

    I was looking for a new Debian system when I discovered Untangle.
    I searched everywhere in the forum, on the internet but I did not find anywhere where to compare my ISO file checksum that I downloaded on the official website. By entering the signatures MD5 and SHA256 on the search engine, nothing appears.
    Where can I find the MD5 or SHA256 signatures?

    Thank you.

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    Seriously? Your question clearly discloses you as a non daily Linux user... D'oh!
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    Am I reading this correctly??? or am I still asleep??
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    Welcome to the forums.

    Untangle is a bare metal install as it has its own OS. As it is a edge device OS, it should not have any other use. The checksum for the ISO is on the download page. https://www.untangle.com/get-untangle/
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    I think he's testing us...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcoffin View Post
    The checksum for the ISO is on the download page. https://www.untangle.com/get-untangle/
    Where?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam Graf View Post
    You have to login to Untangle.com to get the download, once you do and click the download link you're taken to the actual download screen. Right above the orange download button, is the MD5, file size, and version information describing the download.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sky-knight View Post
    You have to login to Untangle.com to get the download...
    Not if you "Skip to Downloads."

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    Quote Originally Posted by TestUser View Post
    Can I use Untangle for standard daily use, as desktop computer?
    No. Untangle is a dedicated server distribution with no meaningful provision for desktop use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam Graf View Post
    Not if you "Skip to Downloads."
    Correct. You need to login.
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