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morrissey
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DOTT MD5 Problem

Post by morrissey »

Hello Forum,

i have the german mac cd version of DOTT and Full Throttle. Now i installed scummvm amiga os 3.x port version 0.7.1 and copy the data files from cd to my harddrive. Full Throttle works very well but DOT brings the following error:

unknow md5 (f73883f13b5a302749a5bad31d909780)

what can i do?

kind regards
morrissey

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Post by joachimeberhard »

Are you sure you used 0.7.1?

The md5's are only checked starting with 0.8.0 as far as I know.

Could you also add the filename of the game you are starting?

Is this the extracted version or are you using the data fork?

If you are using the data fork (probably a file like "Day of the Tentacle Data"), does the extracted version's file tentacle.000 match with this md5?

6e959d65358eedf9b68b81e304b97fa4

I'm curious!

Edit: I forgot:

To extract the Macintosh games you have to use the ScummVM 0.8.0 tool extract_scumm_mac to do this.
E.g. extract_scumm_mac "Day of the Tentacle Data"

Best regards

Joachim

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Post by sev »

joachimeberhard wrote:Are you sure you used 0.7.1?

The md5's are only checked starting with 0.8.0 as far as I know.
Nope, we added them in 0.6.0.


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Post by morrissey »

Yes, it is the 0.7.1 version. I added a directory "DOTT" on my harddrive and copy the data fork file "Day of the Tentacle Data" from the cd to the "DOTT" directory. Scumm puts on everything correctly and after run of dott the md5 error comes up. I can´t extracted the game data, because i have no pc; only a mac and amiga...
Is there a extract tool for mac os x?

regards
morrissey

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Post by Kirben »

morrissey wrote: Is there a extract tool for mac os x?
Yes, available at http://scummvm.sourceforge.net/downloads.php#tools

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Post by joachimeberhard »

Now, since several Mac games have been added to the compatibility list since the 0.8.0 release, I'd suggest a CVS snapshot for Mac OSX in the near future to make life easier for Mac users using their (not anymore) "native" games.

Best regards

Joachim


Edit:
Also, why do you offer a totally outdated CVS Alternative PocketPC 2003 build ??

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