wxHexEditor is another Hex Editor, build because of there is no good hex editor for Linux system, specially for big files. It supports files up to 2^64 bytes. Written with C++/wxWidgets GUI libs and can be used with other OS'es such Windows, Mac OS
- Ability to work with files up to 2EB (ExaByte)
- Multi OS, Cross-Compileable
- Small footprint on RAM
- Raw Disk Access( on POSIX systems )
- Do not create temporary files!
Even though it is still not quite finished, it is by far the best linux hex editor I've found.
That's fantastic! I'm sure wxHexEditor is the BEST hexadecimal editor. And it's open. Amazing.
Super Awesome, Its super helpful for doing reverse Engineering.!!
Tried some hex/binary editor (under Ubuntu 12.10, 64-bit) HT Editor Compile the latest version. keyboard only (which is okay for engineer), but Alt-F is captured by Ubuntu system. (give up) jeex Unable to open big file (give up) okteta Copy in many different format which is good, set n-bytes to show in a row Search is a bit slow, it bases on KDE, installed many extra libraries, font too small and could not change (alternative) Bless Easy and very fast in search Convert selected byte(s) into 8-, 16-, 32- bits sign/unsigned value in big-, little-endian (good to engineer) Could not display 16 bytes in a row (wider to display 32 bytes) Could only copy HEX data, not the addr, text part (alternative --- use together with okteta) wxHexEditor Some power feature not tried yet (low level device modification, binary file match/un-match comparison, ...) Copy in many different formats (even for coding) Search is very fast (in text and binary) Has all the good features, meet all my usage requirements. (This is the choice)