If you're on Windows, you can find the MD5 using this method, although there might be an easier one:
-Download md5deep from here
, or through this direct link
-Run it through cmd (if you're on a 64bit system, run md5deep64.exe), using this command:
md5deep.exe -p 5000 [PATHNAME_TO_VOX0001_GOES_HERE] | find /i "offset 0-"
...where you need to put the filename's path into the [PATHNAME_TO_VOX0001_GOES_HERE] section (without the brackets).
^This will print the MD5 into your command prompt, or if you want you can run it like this:
md5deep.exe -p 5000 [PATHNAME_TO_VOX0001_GOES_HERE] | find /i "offset 0-" > md5.txt
...and it will print to a txt file. Just be careful from where you launch the cmd's command, because by default it will go to C:\Users\Your_Username, or maybe C:\Documents and Settings on XP, can't remember correctly.
P.S.: @somaen, the md5 for the Portuguese version (patched) is commented out in the 0.1.0-preab07eb2 version. And it's quite different from what scoriae supplied in the other thread.
EDIT: Sorry, the commented one is for grim.tab, which is still different from the one in this thread. Otherwise it's checking on the VOX. Other Portuguese versions are non-existant.