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Open media files (.vwx) to find sources
Authored by: blackxacto on Oct 08, '04 10:38:52PM

To download Hexedit, is there a way to access it without signing up at SourceForge, then forking out cash, not that I mind, but?

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Open media files (.vwx) to find sources
Authored by: kps on Oct 09, '04 10:55:17AM
Er, what?!?
  1. Follow the HexEdit link in the story.
  2. The Download link on the HexEdit page takes you to the list of files available for download.
  3. Pick the most recent version hexedit_190.sit and you get a list of mirror sites hosting the file.
  4. Pick a mirror by following the link in the 'Download' column. For example, Voxel seems closest to me, so that link is http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/hexedit/hexedit_190.sit?use_mirror=voxel which redirects to http://voxel.dl.sourceforge.net/sourceforge/hexedit/hexedit_190.sit.
What part of that went wrong?

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