Best hex editor?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 23, 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 4, 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?
Hard Disk Hex Editor
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 15, 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?
Is there a HDD compatible Hex Editor
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 10, 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 20, 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 9, 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.
Memory Hex Editor
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 9, 2009
I Wanna have a hex editor
that edits values from runing applications
is it possible ?
My Best Regards
HEX Editor for Raw devices
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 30, 2010
I'm trying to hack my htc smartphone to get root access from it. Some guys did an amazing work writing down a tutorial to do it, but, shame of shames, they did it in Windows OS.
No problem until here, because what it can be done in M$Win can be done in Linux too. But, at certain point of the procedure we need to write/mapping to the device (to produce a goldcard).
In windows there is a tool HxD Hex Editor with the functionality of open a disk (in this case a SD Card) in hexdecimal. It runs in wine, but, that specific feature is not working.
I know there are some hex editors in linux I tried lots of them, e.g. ghex, okteta, hexedit, etc, but most of them only can open files and the others are to hard to do the simple operation that i need. I know I can do 'sudo hexdump /dev/sdb1' to dump to the shell the device in hex format, or hexedit to edit the device. But, I'm getting huge troubles to do it.
I should say that what i need to do is copy the contents of a
Looking for a good hex editor for linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 17, 2010
I'm trying to view directly a partition with a damaged filesystem on it (NTFS) and so far the hex editors I tried do not do that. I tried GHex for example and it complained that /dev/sda is not a file. The partition is unmountable as NTFS however since it is damaged so I couldn't mount it first. Are there any hex editors out there that would allow me to view the contents directly and copy and paste stuff in there?
a good simple hex editor w/ gui
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 23, 2005
can anyone suggest a good simple hex editor to use. im not looking for a lot of features, only that it has a (gnome based) gui and will compile wihtout too much trouble. i have only been able to find big complicated ones that wont compile easily, or ones that wont compile period.
please and thanks
(fedora core 4 for what its worth)
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