Fortunately, it works just fine under wine albeit sometimes with noticeable--but not distracting--slowdowns. Here is the screenshot of Hexworkshop
Anyway, the difference between the AMI BIOS tools and Hexworkshop, lies in their installation method. You have to "install" Hexworkshop to wine (by using the winefile utility or other similar means) prior to using it, while AMI BIOS tools are just fine to invoke directly from the shell, such as:
pinczakko@opusera:~/work_in_progress$ wine AMIBCP_V3.37.exeThat's it. Now, I can mess with AMI BIOS file in Linux.
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