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Check md5sum within Dolphin

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KDE Service Menu

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Check md5sum within Dolphin
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  740
Submitted:  Mar 9 2012
Updated:  Oct 5 2012

Description:

Simple desktop file that adds checking md5sum to Dolphin via right clicking on any iso file. To enable this function for all users, copy file to /usr/share/kde4/services/ServiceMenus/. For single user only access ~/.kde/share/kde4/services/ServiceMenus/ (your distro may use a slightly different location). In either case make sure it's executable.

If you prefer to have the function available for all filetypes rather than just iso's - simply change the line

MimeType=application/x-iso;application/x-cd-image;inode/ISO-image;

to

MimeType=all/all;


If you prefer Clipboard rather than Notifier, install xsel and change the Exec line to:

Exec=md5sum %F | xsel -b

REQUIRES: libnotify-bin, xsel



License:
Use or change as you see fit.

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 Location suggestion

 
 by Emdek on: Mar 10 2012
 
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Nice idea. :-)

It don't need to be put in system directory. ;-)
It's enough to put it into:
~/.kde/share/kde4/services/ServiceMenus/
(or .kde4, depends on path used by distribution)

Also I'm not sure if it should be restricted to CD /DVD images, it's useful for all files (especially binary ones).


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 Re: Location suggestion

 
 by gcala on: Mar 10 2012
 
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...and why not coping the checksum on system clipboard?


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 Re: Re: Location suggestion

 
 by Emdek on: Mar 10 2012
 
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Yep, that would be nice too, if there is way to do that using existing tools.


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 Re: Location suggestion

 
 by oshunluvr on: Mar 11 2012
 
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Your location is the best if you want it just for your user. I tend to work on multi-user systems so my location makes the function available to all users.

Good to point out the difference - thanks.


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 Re: Re: Location suggestion

 
 by Emdek on: Mar 11 2012
 
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Sure, but this (single user) is probably the case most often. ;-)
In your place I would put both paths wit annotation that one will enable it to all users and other only for current user.


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 Re: Re: Re: Location suggestion

 
 by oshunluvr on: Mar 11 2012
 
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Done


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Location suggestion

 
 by Emdek on: Mar 11 2012
 
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Much better now, thanks. ;-)


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 excellent

 
 by snock on: Mar 13 2012
 
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Excellent, thank you. It could also send the md5sum to clipboard, serious simple and practical.


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 Re: excellent

 
 by oshunluvr on: Mar 18 2012
 
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I prefer the notification method because the clipboard does not auto-pop open when the checksum is ready. You can cut and paste from the notifier if you wanted the output for something.

Anyway: If you want to use the clipboard, install xsel and use

Exec=md5sum %F | xsel -b


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 Re: Re: excellent

 
 by Xplorer4x4 on: Oct 21 2012
 
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Hey oshunluvr, I like the use of the notification, but why not use the standard kdialog rather then requiring another notification package be installed?


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 Re: Re: Re: excellent

 
 by oshunluvr on: Oct 26 2012
 
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Same reasons as my response above, but feel free to change it to use kdialog if you prefer it.


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 where I can read the md5sum??

 
 by prowlerxpla on: Oct 3 2012
 
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on my opensuse tumbleweed with kde 4.8.5, I installed, rightclicked an iso file, choosed "read md5sum", a sort of blue "V" blink for about one minute then disappear, now, where should the md5sum be??:-)
ciao, pier.:-)


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 Re: where I can read the md5sum??

 
 by oshunluvr on: Oct 5 2012
 
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This ServiceMenu puts the checksum in the notifier. You should see a pop-up notification when it's done and the number will also be reviewable if you click on the notifier icon in the taskbar.

If you're not getting the info - it's likely a problem with your notifier.

You can change the location to the clipboard (see the above post)


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 Nice one

 
 by Seniazi on: Nov 1 2012
 
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This is really useful! And by the way gave me the chance to see that making such service menus seems quite simple...maybe I' ll tweak this for sha256sum.


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 Re: Nice one

 
 by Seniazi on: Nov 2 2012
 
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Done.
It's here http://kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=154999


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 Debian systems

 
 by hugolia on: Jul 16 2014
 
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On Debian/Kubuntu systems add "libnotify-bin" package.

sudo apt-get install libnotify-bin


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