|FS-Tester 0.3 (Source)||FS_Tester-0.3.tar.bz2||bd9ce3272f8f3fffc0a9433f4b1c88fc82ec9798|
|FS-Tester 0.3 (Slackware)||FS_Tester-0.3-i686-1.tgz||fca62715ef5e7a7b93512343abcda2f27c0b1694|
You can find older releases, on SourceForge's files page.
After downloading, it's highly recommended to check if file isn't corrupted or forged. To do this, simply check the SHA-1 sum:
$ sha1sum FS_Tester-0.3.tar.bz2
If received hash is different from sum on this page, it means that probably file is damaged and won't even unpack. In that case, you shall try to download it again, maybe from other mirror.
After downloading, you need to buntar the sources:
$ tar jxvf FS_Tester-0.3.tar.bz2
and then change working directory, to the uncompressed on:
$ cd FS_Tester-0.3/
now traditionally; first configuring:
$ sudo # make install
If you have Slackware GNU/Linux distro, you can omit building from sources, and simply install this program from package:
# installpkg FS_Tester-0.3-i686-1.tgz
Or, if you have already installed it from package, and now want to upgrade it to the newest version, simply type:
# upgradepkg FS_Tester-0.3-i686-1.tgz
This package is optimized for AMD Athlon-XP, but should run under Intel >Pentium III. Other limitation is that, binary in this package requires SSE support.
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