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Description of problem:
The md5sum and sha1sum programs both take a -c option to have them
check that a file matches its checksum.
md5sum will return nothing if the checksum is okay, otherwise it will
sha1sum will print a message saying "OK" if it's checksum is okay,
otherwise it will also complain.
Both programs only seem to take notice of their own checksums, i.e.
when passed a file using -c, sha1sum ignores MD5sums, and md5sum
I'm not sure if this is by design, but if it is, this enables
multiple checksum formats to be stored in the same file.
What would be nice if there was a wrapper command that ran both
md5sum and sha1sum on a given file, and complains if any checksums
This could address the issue of a checksumming algorithm being
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Is it really worth a separate wrapper script to do this?