shouldn’t be… this error comes from a sha1 check…
what this means, is that I check the ‘fingerprint’ of every file, and see if it matches what I uploaded.
basically, if the file was corrupt on patchstorage, then it would be corrupt for everyone that tries to install it… (regardless of if they have previously installed or not, as the check is prior to installation)
the reason Ive put this check in, and also C&G put it into the upgrades, is we have see a lot of troubles with the usbstick, basically small file corruptions esp. when patches have contained alot of files… this is why you will see recommendations, not to use the C&G supplied stick, and also to reformat it.
that all said, i will download it again, and try to reinstall… but i think given @shreeswifty has done it recently, and i did it after the patch storage issue… I’m fairly confident its fine.
but… hey everything is fallible
EDIT: ok @jooga1972 , I downloaded and reinstalled on my ‘clean’ organelle, and it worked fine.
did you put it in the System directory?
if you did, then sorry, to say, but I think your usb stick is probably to blame
note: TB18/next release is going to feature a new ‘installer’ feature, which will make the installation ‘inconsistencies’ a thing of the past … or at least thats my intentions/hope