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digest of file Hortonworks-Sandbox-1.3-VMware-disk1.vmdk does not match manifest

  • #31037
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    I have downloaded this Hortonworks+Snadbo+1.3+VMware+RC6.ova for my VMware Version 5.0.2 player over 10 times now. Each tine when I try to open the selected file from within VMware – the following message appears at different times for each file – but always appears:
    Failed to open virtual machine: SHA1 digest of file Hortonworks-Sandbox-1.3-VMware-disk1.vmdk does not match manifest.

    I need another location or file format to load. Anyone else seeing this problem?

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  • #31144
    Sasha J
    Moderator

    This usually means file corruption during download…
    I just try this with VMWare Player on windows, works fine.

    Did you try to use VirtualBox?
    It usually works better than VMWare….

    Thank you!
    Sasha

    #31145
    Member

    It worked after the 12th or 13th download of the file.

    #31160
    Sasha J
    Moderator

    :(
    Looks like your internet connection is not very good….

    Sasha

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