Here you can download older versions of GetDevInfo.
These versions can be downloaded for educational purposes and are useful if
you're trying to run one of my programs on an operating system that I no longer
support, such as Ubuntu 12.10.
Note: Some of these downloads are .tar.gz packages instead of installable packages. I don't have .deb packages for some of the older versions, so I just uploaded what I have.
The checksums on this page can be used to verify that your file downloaded successfully without corrupting in transit. These can be verified (usually on the command-line) using specific instructions for your operating system as detailed below:
In each of these cases, you can compare the output of the command to the checksum for the file (in the table, next to each download file).
The digital signatures on this page can be used to verify that your file was created by me, and hasn't been tampered with, either on the web server, or during transit to your computer. Checking these is more difficult, so I have decided not to include instructions here because they'd have to be very long to do it justice. Instead, please carry out a search on how to verify GPG signatures if you wish to learn how to do it.
It's a very good idea to verify both the checksum and the signature, but it's not mandatory.
This is a minor new version that fixes a few bugs in some of the more advanced features required by WxFixBoot. Have a look at the changelog for the breakdown. This version is more or less the same as 1.0.2, and if you're using this for DDRescue-GUI, you don't need to install this update, though it won't do any harm to go ahead and do it anyway :-)
See the summary page for more details on the project. This is also available on gitlab (https://www.gitlab.com/hamishmb/getdevinfo) and the Python Package Index (https://pypi.org/pypi/getdevinfo).
This is the first release of the getdevinfo module. See the summary page for more details on the project. This is also available on gitlab (https://www.gitlab.com/hamishmb/getdevinfo) and the Python Package Index (https://pypi.org/pypi/getdevinfo)