A hash is a unique signature of a file's contents - Checking that the hash of the installer you downloaded matches the hash we publish, ensures that the file was not tampered with between our server and your computer.
Security and trust are some of Exodus' top concerns and key issues in the world of crypto-currencies. We want to make sure our users know they are downloading a legitimate and untampered copy of Exodus, so we digitally sign each installer package with our official developer signature.
Verifying the signature of the file proves that the installer was indeed published by us, while checking the hash of the file ensures it has not been tampered with between our servers and your computer. Although such an event is unlikely, as long as you download Exodus from our official download page, it's generally a good security practice to verify the hash of the files you download.
Mac OS X users benefit from a built-in app-signature-verifying system called Gatekeeper. Whenever you open a Mac OS X application, Gatekeeper automatically verifies the authenticity of an application's developer signature. Unless one has gone to the trouble of intentionally disabling the Mac OS X Gatekeeper in System Preferences, Mac users should not need to verify your downloads, as Apple's software already does it for you whenever you open the Exodus application.
Then, Linux users with GnuPG and Curl installed can verify the authenticity of a downloaded Exodus package with a simple two-line script. You must include the URL to the current version's published release hashes, which can be found at :
For Windows users, you can click the installer after downloading and it will automatically install the application to your desktop. It should only take a few seconds to install, and you will be all set to get started.
If you are using a Debian-based Linux distributions can download the .deb file for a better user experience, while non-Debian systems need to proceed with the .zip file. To check if your Linux distribution is Debian-based, you can check Wikipedia's list of Debian-based distributions.
This script will register the exodus.desktop file with your OS, letting your OS know that the Exodus executable is located at /home/satoshi/Exodus-linux-x64/Exodus, and allow exodus:// links clicked in your browser to open the Exodus app.
The exodus.desktop file contains a command that launches Exodus from the current directory. Depending on your security settings, you may receive a pop-up asking you whether you trust this file to be launched:
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This runtime must be installed on your computer in order to run Exodus 2.1 and later. Please download and install the runtime using the link provided here, or download it directly from Microsoft at the following address:
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Exodus 2.1 is now available in the downloads area. Note that you'll need to install the Visual C++ 2017 x64 runtime too if you don't have it, which is available there too. There's quite an impressive list of bugfixes in this release. Job EX-303 in particular fixes a crash that could occur if you had a joystick or gamepad connected, which affected a fair number of people in the previous release. There's also pretty good performance improvements. I measure around a 30% speed improvement overall from Exodus 2.0.1, which is pretty substantial. I've made the VDP plane viewer a but nicer by making the window resizable and making the plane region zoomable, which is nice, but I'm particularly proud of this little nugget:
I'm pretty happy with the release of Exodus 2.0 overall, but as expected with only me testing the build prior to release, there were a few bugs in some areas I hadn't tested for awhile. There have been enough issues fixed to justify a patch release, so Exodus 2.0.1 is now available for download! Considering it was 2 years between the first two releases, I think 18 hours between these last two is a bit of an improvement. :)
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Click on the chapters below to hear them. They will auto-play successively. You may use 'Next' and 'Previous' button to navigate. There is a volume control and a minimizing tab. You may download the full book by right clicking the ZIP button at the bottom of the page and 'save link as'.
Unzip the entire folder somewhere you won't forget and then run the tool. The version number will be Version 1.25 - if it is not, you need to download the correct tool. Visit the github page for it here or download the tool that was linked previously.
Note: If you already have the latest version of BL2:Exodus, feel free to skip to Step 3.Download BL2: Exodus off the nexus by clicking this link. Once its downloaded, open the folder and move BL2EBeta.txt into your binaries folder for Borderlands 2. You can find your binaries folder in the same way as you did to setup your file path.
Currently the only thing in BL2: Exodus that you can swap/choose is the custom Vault Hunter Strife. In order to do so, you need to use Borderlands Community Mod Manager (BLCMM). If you do not already have BLCMM installed, you can click here and download it.
Players should be able to begin killing mutants in the Russian post-apocalypse of Metro Exodus at midnight local time, early Friday morning, but there is some variance in possible download times and preload unlock times for the new title from 4A Games.
Unlike the PlayStation Store, an exact download time is already listed on the Xbox One preorder page for Metro Exodus. For anyone playing on Xbox, Metro Exodus will be available for download at midnight across all time zones.
It's also possible to preload Metro Exodus on PS4 and Xbox One. Preloading is not available in the Epic Game Store. While preloading is automatic on Xbox One, you'll need to activate the download yourself on PS4:
While the intensity of intra-African migration has decreased, there has been a recent acceleration and geographical diversification (beyond colonial patterns) of extra-continental migration from Africa to Europe, but increasingly also to North America, the Gulf and Asia. While most extra-continental migration once originated from North Africa, in recent decades there has been a rapid increased in migration from West Africa and, to a lesser extent, East Africa to wealthy countries outside Africa. This geographical diversification of African emigration seems partly connected to visa and other immigration restrictions put in place by traditional European destination countries (often former colonisers), and to a declining influence of the old colonisers and economic growth, labour demand and more liberal immigration regimes in the new destination countries. However, it is important to emphasise that the levels of extra-continental migration are still below those of migration within Africa and remain low for international standards. In the same vein as (Lessault & Beauchemin, 2009) argued, it would therefore be highly misleading to characterise migration from Africa as an exodus from Africa or an invasion of Europe and other destination countries. 153554b96e