Downloads For WxFixBoot

WxFixBoot v2.0.4

IMPORTANT: Fedora 26 is not supported in this build. Please download WxFixBoot 2.0.3 for that platform.

This release fixes several bugs in WxFixBoot, some of which are quite important / disruptive. In particular it fixes bugs on Fedora 27 & 28, and Fedora 26 is no longer supported. It's recommended you download this version as an update and for all new deployments. There are also improvements in how the LILO and ELILO bootloaders are configured.

For all the details, head to my blog at https://www.hamishmb.com/blog and see the corresponding post.

You can also download WxFixBoot from https://www.hamishmb.com/html/downloads.php?program_name=wxfixboot

UPDATE 7/10/2018: This version has been confirmed to work with Ubuntu 18.10.

UPDATE 30/10/2018: An updated package has been released for Fedora 29.

Hamish

Download Files

Icon Description Download No. Of Downloads
Copyleft Ubuntu Logo WxFixBoot v2.0.4 For Fedora 29
(checksum & signature)
2
Copyleft Ubuntu Logo WxFixBoot v2.0.4 For Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and Higher
(checksum & signature)
49
Copyleft Ubuntu Logo WxFixBoot v2.0.4 For Fedora 27 and 28
(checksum & signature)
15
Copyleft Ubuntu Logo WxFixBoot v2.0.4 For Parted Magic
(checksum & signature)
22
Copyleft Ubuntu Logo WxFixBoot v2.0.4 For Other Linux Distributions
(checksum & signature)
17

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Instructions for Linux (MD5 sums)
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Instructions for Windows (SHA256 sums)

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