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I'm facing some problem with wrong read boundary box by Graphhopper while reading osm.pbf file. I'm lack of ideas, but I've found in several topics to compare checksum of OSM file on the web with the one which I download to be sure that I don't have corrupted file.

I have got very basic question - how can I check MD5 checksum of downloaded file? I download maps from geofabrik.de and there are files like osm.pbf.md5 but to generate my own md5 file based on downloaded file?

asked 30 Dec '20, 11:59

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Which operating system are you using? Linux & other UNIx-based O/s provide a utility md5 (e.g.., https://www.freebsd.org/cgi/man.cgi?query=md5&sektion=1)

(30 Dec '20, 21:47) SK53 ♦

Various Windows versions are also available - see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UnxUtils and the links from there.

(30 Dec '20, 22:58) SomeoneElse ♦

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