Hard Disk Hex Editor
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 16, 2010
I am trying to View / Edit hard disks with a Hex Editor on an Ubuntu Live CD.
What program would you suggest that can access / edit the entire hard disk?
Looking for a hex and disk editor
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 14, 2007
I've Googled 'hex editor linux' and 'disk editor linux' and only come up with lde and shed, both rather long in the tooth - or doesn't this matter?
I merely want to look into binary files and (ext3 and reiserfs) boot partitions rather than modify them. So far...
Where should have looked to find these?
Ubuntu :usb startup disk creator problem
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 26, 2009
I've tried to create a USB StartUp disk using Ubuntu 9.04.
Everything appeared to proceed flawlessly and I downloaded the OS etc.
When I tried to boot the USB disk, I got the Err.: unknown keyword in configure file.
This sounds like a generic, trifling problem, if I knew a bit more about it. Any suggestions of how I should proceed to edit what file, where?
Ubuntu has no disk space left?
- date: September 3, 2011
I just installed Ubuntu today, before that my primary operating system was XP, which is still on this computer. After quite a few checks, my computer has about a 230GB hard drive, which about 25GBs are used up on. So i have a lot of room left. But Ubuntu (10.04) tells me that I only have 38 MB left on the whole comp in an error message and it will not download anything. But when checking my disk space with the Disk Usage Analyzer program, it shows the correct amount (~200GB left).
here is a screenshot of the error message: http:[email protected]
I posted this question on Yahoo answers, (got no responses) but since then I tried to repair some game or piece of software I was downloading from their Software Center, which probably filled up the rest of the space (It didn't even end up repairing it). So now it says I have zero bytes left. Also it may help that when I installed Ubuntu (got 10.04 from their website) I selected 3GB download as opposed to w
Dualboot, ubuntu works, win7 disk read error
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 27, 2012
TL;DR, skip to the 5th paragraph
So i've been going through a VERY long process to something i thought was very easy (and, actually, I have done before successfully without headaches)... Anyway.
I had Win 7 installed on my laptop (HP) and i made more than 4 partitions with caused all of the partitions to be turned from basic to dynamic (at the time, I didnt know this). So then with the allocated space I installed ubuntu from a LiveUSB. Ubuntu didn't work (gave up waiting for root device, error) and Win7 didnt work (disk read error). Bummer! So i booted up the liveCD and removed linux.
Boom! Win7 works again like a charm. So I go back in, delete two partitions (HP tools and HP recovery) leaving me with system and C: and unallocated space. Reinstalled with LiveUSB. Same two errors.
Then I looked on the forum and they said it was a problem with the partitions being dynamic and not basic. So! I deleted the ubuntu partition AGAIN, and loaded up windows. Yup, they were d
Best hex editor?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 24, 2007
On some parts, I'm still migrating from Windows. One program I haven't been able to find is a easy-to-use and flexible hex (binary) editor. Which one do you people use?
A hex editor which could search for strings?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 5, 2009
I once had a hex editor which can find all strings from a file, with minimum length.
I think it was something like khex or so. Anybody knows any hex editors which can list all strings from a file?
Is there a HDD compatible Hex Editor
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 11, 2011
I'm looking for a tool similar to HxD of Windows or HexWorkshop where it is able to open the drive up in a Hex Viewer. Does this exist in Ubuntu? I don't need to edit files, but the sectors on a drive.
Hex Editor for Gnome
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 21, 2010
I am looking for a gui hex editor for gnome. I have tried both GHex and Bless and they both look very similar but they do not provide all the options I want. Does anyone have any suggestions for a powerful hex editor I can use in gnome? Thanx.
Need a hex editor
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 10, 2010
There's a project I'm working on that needs a hex editor. I installed Okteta since it's Canonical maintained and seems to have a bookmarking feature. The problem is that it crashes when opening big files. Looking for suggestions on other reliable editors. Thank you.
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