Strange result of verifying APE Audio File
In Monkey’s Audio, there is a function called Verify, which should verify integrity of APE audio files.
But after I downloaded the latest version of Monkey's Audio (version 7.21), then I don't believe it can do any more.
I got a few files which are different than another set of same files. They come from same source, shoud be identical, but there are a few bytes different. Then I used Monkey's Audio to test all of them, they all past the verification.
There are some other issues too, the Monkey's Audio could not add directory, I tried many time, just nothing added. But I can add files.
Possible to check integrity of APE files?
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Verify package using debsums
Verify every installed package
Verify every installed package (including configuration files).
Verify installed packages and report errors only
Verify every installed package and report changed files only
Verify every installed package (including configuration files) and report changed files only.
Verify every installed package and report changed configuration files only.
sudo debsums -ce
Verify specific package
debsums -a bash
Create mismatch list
dpkg-query -S $(sudo debsums -c 2>&1 | sed -e "s/.*file \(.*\) (.*/\1/g") | cut -d: -f1 | sort -u
To reinstall them
apt-get install --reinstall <package name>
How to verify installed packages