148 projects tagged "Recovery Tools"

Download Website Updated 19 Sep 2001 Vandermonde Forward Error Correction

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VDMFEC implements Block ECC using a Forward Error Correction (FEC) code based on Vandermonde (VDM) matrices in GF(2^8) due to Luigi Rizzo. Given the FEC parameters K and N, with N greater than K, N blocks are written for every K input blocks in such a way that any K blocks are sufficient to reconstruct the data. That is, up to N - K blocks out of every group of N blocks may be lost without loss of data. VDMFEC's primary application is intended to be in recovering data from unreliable media such as diskettes. With appropriate parameters, files may be recovered even with many read errors. (Note that you must write the data to the diskette using this program in order to be able to recover the data later!)

Download Website Updated 26 Dec 2001 Make-Debian-X11

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Make-Debian-X11 is an add-on which makes a template with the necessary replacement files for gBootRoot's Yard Method. The root filesystem created from the template is user-mode-linux ready and includes X11, making it possible to run gBootRoot from within its own creation.

Download Website Updated 07 Nov 2001 Channel 16

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Channel16 is graphical tool that allows users to browse the content of deleted files in an ext2 filesystem interactively, and to recover them into new files. The application also provides a search and rescue operation. This allows the user to input some exact text from the deleted file, which the program uses to search through all deleted inodes. Channel16 uses the low-level methods provided by e2fsprogs. The front end is implemented with Java Swing, and Java Native Interface (JNI) is used to bridge between Java and the ext2fs operations.

Download Website Updated 07 Apr 2004 e2undel

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e2undel is an interactive console tool that recovers the data of deleted files on an ext2 file system under Linux. A library that allows you to recover deleted files by name is included. e2undel does not manipulate any internal ext2 structures, and it does not require any additional tools. It should be useable without knowledge of the ext2 interna.

Download Website Updated 20 May 2002 fsbackup

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fsbackup is an incremental backup creation utility. It supports backup compression and encryption. Backups can be stored on the local file system, and a remote host (via SSH, or FTP). Some additional scripts allow backup SQL tables from PostgreSQL and MySQL, save system configuration files, and a list of installed packages. Backed-up files can be recovered, and system packages can be reinstalled.

No download Website Updated 09 Jan 2002 The Linux Bootdisk HOWTO

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The Linux Bootdisk HOWTO describes how to design and build boot/root diskettes for Linux on the Intel platform. These disks can be used as rescue disks or to test new system components. You should be reasonably familiar with system administration tasks before attempting to build a bootdisk.

No download Website Updated 14 Nov 2005 FreeBSD-boot-rescue

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FreeBSD-boot-rescue is a small FreeBSD CD system for the purpose of system booting or rescue. It supports the following filesystems: ext2/3 (rw), ufs1/2 (rw), NTFS (ro), NFS (rw), MS-DOS FAT16/32 (rw), ReiserFS (ro), smbfs (rw), UDF (ro), and ISO9660 (ro).

Download No website Updated 14 May 2003 DMZS-FIRE

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FIRE, the Forensic and Incident Response Environment, (formerly known as Biatchux) is a portable, bootable CD-ROM-based distribution providing an immediate environment for performing forensics analysis, data recovery, virus scanning, and pen-testing. It also provides the necessary tools for live forensics/analysis/incident response.

Download No website Updated 07 Jul 2006 chpox

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chpox provides transparent checkpointing and restarting of processes on Linux clusters. It was originally designed for recovering tasks that have a long execution time (i.e. numerical simulations) in case of system crashes, power failures, etc. It may work with openMosix, is SMP safe, does not require program recompiling/relinking, and supports virtual memory, regular open files, pipes, Unix domain sockets, current directory, and child processes.

Download Website Updated 30 Aug 2003 Boot Everywhere Linux

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bootE Linux is yet another minimalist (i386) Linux distribution and is contained entirely on a single floppy disk. It supports only single user mode, and is intended as a repair/rescue/emergency distribution.

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Sagan

The high performance, multi-threaded log analysis engine.

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MQ Channel Auto Creation Manager

A MQ CHAD exit.