6 Replies to “More than md5 on DragonFly”

  1. Shouldn’t a “sha” ultility perform sha512 checksum instead of the md5 Utility

  2. the program performs different functions based on the name used to invoke it.

    md5 and sha512 are the same file (it’s hardlinked as mentioned).
    If you execute it as “md5”, you get md5 output. If you execute it as “sha512” you get sha functionally.

    Look at every binutils, compiler and ld program. They are all hardlinked to the same program. Same thing.

  3. Am I the only one that heard in my head, “Transformers! More than MD5!”

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