MD5 is an algorithm used for determining if a file has downloaded correctly from a source on the web.
iso image that had “mutations” during the download process, might not run as intended on the
What we need to do is check if the
MD5 code found in our zip file matches with yours.
To find our
MD5 code, take a look inside the zip file (link here) that’s in
2017.06.21_Dexter_Industries_jessie.zip and see that there’s a text document which contains an
MD5 string in its name. Open it up and put it some place to compare it with the other one.
After you extract the image from the archive, open
Win32 Disk Imager and open up the image you’ve just extracted. Then, check you have
MD5 selected in the
Hash section and then press
Generate. It’s going to take a little bit until the code is generated.
You should see something like this.
Compare those 2 codes. If they match, then it means you have the right image.
If they don’t, then you need to redownload the zip file that contains our
Raspbian For Robots image.
Fun fact: it seems like in my case, I have the right image as both codes
This is how I can help you.
If it still doesn’t work, then I suggest you remove the
GoPiGo from the
RaspberryPi and try to boot
Raspian For Robots this way.