Drive recovery using Linux??
leo.cacciari at gmail.com
Tue Mar 4 18:33:44 UTC 2008
Il giorno mar, 04/03/2008 alle 13.12 -0500, Bart Silverstrim ha scritto:
> JosephK wrote:
> > Use the loopback option to mount the image file thus:-
> > $ sudo mkdir /mnt/temp
> > $ sudo mount -o loop -t ext3 /mnt/share/filename.img /mnt/temp
> > You can also use this method to mount an iso image
> The problem I'm wondering about (the image from dd is almost done) is
> the filesystem...the mount example is trying ext3, when I tried mounting
> the drive physically fdisk couldn't determine the existence of a
> partition table, and no filesystem.
> Any way to extract if there was a filesystem and it's just damaged?
it seems to me that this is where the Ubuntu-rescue-remix. 7.10
announced some time ago by Andrew Zajac <arzajac at gmail.com> and
available on http://www.ubuntu-rescue-remix.org/ could be useful.
There are on it tools capable of discovering (even working on the disk
image you produced) which partition scheme is used (and recover data on
CAVEAT: I'm not the author of the above mentioned CD, neither have I
used it (even if I downloaded it a take a look at what was there)
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