hi punk, when you're up again!
Maybe just tell us the full name of the .iso you downloaded. The reason I say this is because there are also Clonezilla iso's hashes here:
The clonezilla I downloaded on 6 November was called clonezilla-live-20140915-trusty-amd64.iso. It was for CD/DVD.
The difference lies between "stable" and "alternative",re stable refers to Debian-based Distros, and alternative to Ubuntu-based Distros. Mint is Ubuntu, hence I chose the one I did, and it works OK.
This from http://clonezilla.org/downloads.php -
Note that where mine had "20140915-trusty", they now have "20141208-utopic".
pcpunk recently has been using GtkHash for his md5sum and SHAsum checking, you still doing so, punk?
For my example it looks as follows:
followed by the result (note tick)
I have mine set up in Preferences to show just the three, but if you are anally retentive you could go extreme:
Getting practice with the Terminal commands is always good, but I've timed both, and if you want to use md5 and SHA together, GUI is way faster.