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RECOVER(1)						      General Commands Manual							RECOVER(1)

recover - recover a deleted file SYNOPSIS
recover [device] [options] OPTIONS
-h, --help prints help -a, --all no filtering; dump all deleted inodes DESCRIPTION
recover recovers a file which matches some ext2 - info about the deleted inode by getting all the deleted inodes and filtering them. It's based upon the Ext2Undeletion-howto by Aaron Crane. Using this utility, your chances to recover a lost file should increase a lot. QUESTIONS ABOUT THE DELETED FILE
o Hard disk device name o Year of deletion o Month of deletion o Weekday of deletion o First/Last possible day of month o Min/Max possible file size o Min/Max possible deletion hour o Min/Max possible deletion minute o User ID of the deleted file o A text string the file included (can be ignored) BUGS
Please note that recover does not work with ext3 filesystems, it is strictly ext2-only. For further information on this, please read /usr/share/doc/recover/README.ext2only WARRANTY
There is no warranty. SEE ALSO
debugfs (8) AUTHOR
Tom Pycke ( WEBSITE November 4 1999 RECOVER(1)

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TSK_RECOVER(1)						      General Commands Manual						    TSK_RECOVER(1)

tsk_recover - Export files from an image into a local directory SYNOPSIS
tsk_recover [-vVae] [-i imgtype ] [-b dev_sector_size ] [-o sector_offset ] [-d dir_inum ] image output_dir DESCRIPTION
tsk_recover recover files to the output_dir from the image. By default recovers only unallocated files. With flags, it will export all files. The arguments are as follows: -v verbose output to stderr -V Print version -a Recover allocated files only -e Recover all files (allocated and unallocated) -i imgtype The format of the image file (use '-i list' for supported types) If not given, autodetection methods are used. -b dev_sector_size The size (in bytes) of the device sectors If not given, autodetection methods are used. -o sector_offset Sector offset for a volume to recover (recovers only that volume) If not given, will attempt to recover all volumes in image and save them to different folders. -d dir_inum Directory inum to recover from (must also specify a specific partition using -o or there must not be a volume system) EXAMPLES
To recover only unallocated files from image.dd to the recovered directory: # tsk_recover ./recovered ./image.dd AUTHOR
Brian Carrier <carrier at sleuthkit dot org> Send documentation updates to <doc-updates at sleuthkit dot org> TSK_RECOVER(1)

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