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WxFixBoot v3.1.0

This new release fixes a variety of important issues - I recommend you upgrade now if you have an older version of WxFixBoot installed.

A blog post is now available at containing all the juicy details about this new release.

NOTE for Linux users:

GetDevInfo needs to be installed before you can install this - head over to or to download it first.

An alternate way to make this easier for Ubuntu users is to add my PPA to your system (see

You can also download WxFixBoot from

Notes for Fedora users:

* When modifying a GRUB-EFI Fedora system from a live disk, or another operating system, you need to have booted in EFI mode.
* The same is true for GRUB2 installs using BIOS or CSM mode.

This is an issue that I am working on, and I aim to fix it in the next release.


*** No longer supported ***
- LILO is no longer supported.
- The old YUM package manager is no longer supported on Fedora and derivatives. DNF is now required.

UPDATE 21/1/2021: This package works partially with the Ubuntu 21.04 development builds, but has some problems.

UPDATE 1/7/2021: This package has been confirmed to work with Ubuntu 21.04 and Fedora 34.

Download Files

Icon Description Download No. Of Downloads
Copyleft Ubuntu Logo WxFixBoot v3.1.0 For Fedora 32 or Higher
(checksum & signature)
Copyleft Ubuntu Logo WxFixBoot v3.1.0 For Ubuntu 18.04 and Higher
(checksum & signature)
Copyleft Ubuntu Logo WxFixBoot v3.1.0 For Ubuntu 16.04
(checksum & signature)
Copyleft Ubuntu Logo WxFixBoot v3.1.0 For Parted Magic
(checksum & signature)
Copyleft Ubuntu Logo WxFixBoot v3.1.0 For Other Linux Distributions
(checksum & signature)
Total 127

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