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Data recovery utility for Ext2FS (Linux). R-Linux 1.0 R-Linux is a data recovery and undelete utility for Ext2FS (Linux) file system. File recovery after power failure, system crash, virus infection or partition was reformatted, even for the different file system. Creates image file an entire disk, partition or its part. Such drive image can be processed like regular disks. Localized names support. Recovered files can be saved on any (including network) disks accessible by the host OS.

the result is splited.example, a file become 3 files

EXT2 Recovery The program was fairly strait forward on its usage, but I couldn't find documentation on a lot of the optional usage commands.The help did not work, and I couldn't find any documentation online.If I had never done a recovery before I may not have known to run the scan...I had only one other 'problem', I thought the scan file would get saved after the scan had completed without my needing to do anything. After a 9 hour scan the app froze cause I was poking around in some of the optional commands to see what they were 'I ...





Free Data recovery for Ext2/Ext3/Ext4 FS R-Linux Free Recovery 4.5 R-Linux is a free data recovery and undelete utility for Ext2/Ext3/Ext4 (Linux) file system. File recovery after power failure, system crash, virus infection or partition was reformatted, even for the different file system. The utility creates image files an entire disk, partition or its part. Such drive image can be processed like regular disks. Recovered files can be saved on any (including network) disks accessible by the host OS.

I am very thankful for the software R-Linux Free Recovery 3.0. It helped me by recovering my office important data while my Linux OS failed to login. Thank You for your Great Software for free.Thank you VERY MUCH.





Mount drive images as virtual drives. P2 eXplorer 1.0 Paraben's P2 eXplorer allows you to mount a forensic image (or Linux DD, RAW, or other drive images) and explore it as though it were a drive on your machine while preserving the forensic nature of your evidence. This means that an image isn't just mounted to view logical files, it is mounted as the actual bitstream image, preserving unallocated, slack, and deleted data.

Good tool for it`s purpose I was trying to recover a file that a user had deleted. I captured an image of the disk using the Linux dd command. I was able to mount this image using P2 eXplorer. There were no problems mounting the image. However, one tool I was using to examine the image (OnTrack EasyRecovery Pro 6) did not let me select the image when in Deleted Recovery mode. I cannot say whether other tools would have a similar problem. All in all, good tool.



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