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e2fsimage 0.2.0 by Christian
e2fsimage allows you to create ext2 filesystem images, mostly used on Linux systems, by copying an entire directory structure into an ext2 formatted image without needing root permissions.
Without this tool you need to loopback-mount an existing filesystem image and copy all files there as root.
Ext2 compression extension 0.4.45 by Paul Whittaker
E2compr is a small patch against the ext2 filesystem that allows on-the-fly compression and decompression. It compresses only regular files; the administrative data (superblock, inodes, directory files etc.) are not compressed (mainly for safety reasons).
Access to compressed blocks is provided f…
Channel16 0.1 by Joseph Kuan
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 pr…
mkCDrec Utilities 0.7.9 by Gratien D'haese
The mkCDrec utilities are optional for mkCDrec itself, but are an added value for rescue and recovery purposes.
The utilities are staticly compiled and include parted, memtest, partimage, gpart, and recover. Memtest86 is also available for memory testing.
To improve the added value of your rec…
Quotatool 1.4.9 by Mike Glover
Quotatool project is a utility to set filesystem quotas from the commandline. Most quota-utilities are interactive, requiring manual intervention from the user.
Quotatool on the other hand is not, making it suitable for use in scripts and other non-interactive situations.
R.I.P. 1.9 by Kent Robotti
Recovery Is Possible (RIP) is a Slackware-based CD or floppy boot/rescue/backup/maintenance system. It has support for a lot of filesystem types (Reiserfs, Reiser4, ext2/3, iso9660, UDF, XFS, JFS, UFS, HPFS, HFS, MINIX, MS DOS, NTFS, and VFAT) and contains a bunch of utilities for system recovery.
Gpart 0.1h by Michail Brzitwa
Gpart is a tool which tries to guess the primary partition table of a PC-type hard disk in case the primary partition table in sector 0 is damaged, incorrect or deleted. The guessed table can be written to a file or device. Supported (guessable) filesystem or partition types by Gpart are:
e2undel 0.82 by Oliver Diedrich
e2undel is an interactive console tool that recovers the data of deleted files on an ext2 file system under Linux.
Included is a library that allows to recover deleted files by name. It does not require any knowledge about the secrets of the ext2 file system and should be useable by everyone.
Sys::Filesystem 1.22 by Nicola Worthington
Sys::Filesystem project is intended to be a portable interface to list and query filesystem names and their properties.
It hopes to provide a consistent API to list all, mounted, unmounted, and special filesystems on a system, and query as many properties as possible with common aliases wherever…
PAUD 2.0.3 by Nehal
PAUD (Parted And Utilities Disk) is a Linux utility boot disk distribution. It fits on a single 1.44 floppy disk. It contains mc, parted, and other utilities such as filesystem utilities for ext2, ext3, and Reiserfs. It is great for partition maintenance and for rescue purposes.
The latest versio…
XCruiser 0.30 by Yusuke Shinyama
XCruiser project is a filesystem vizualization utility for X.
XCruiser (formerly known as XCruise) is a filesystem visualization utility which compares a filesystem to a 3D-formed universe and allows you to "cruise" within it.
It constructs a universe from directory trees, and you can navigat…
cryptoswap 0.0.3 by Mike Petullo
The cryptoswap package supports building an encrypted swap partition when a system boots. This must be necessary on systems that use encrypted filesystems because plaintext secrets may be written to disk when memory is swapped to disk.
Cryptoswap.sh should be installed in /etc/init.d. During syst…
Lua Filesystem Extension Library 0.1 by Steve Kemp
This extension library provides the filesystem primitives to your Lua scripts, which are missing from the core language. The exported primitives include mkdir, rmdir, stat, chown, chmod, and more.
Available filesystem primitives:
Intelligent Filesystem Guard 1.0 by Jan Hykel
Intelligent Filesystem Guard is a tool that monitors information about changes in files and directories.
Intelligent Filesystem Guard can be used either for the detection of changes in important files (as an intrusion detection system guarding data against viruses and Trojan horses) or for guardi…
zisofs-tools 1.0.6 by H. Peter Anvin
The zisofs filesystem is an extension to the ISO9660 filesystem that allows files, on a file-by-file basis, to be stored compressed and decompressed in real time.
The zisofs filesystem is supported by recent versions of Linux (2.4.14 or later).
Legacy systems can still read uncompressed files.…
Midge 20060203 by Vladislav Moskovets
Midge is a linux mini-distribution for ADM5120 based routers, such as Edimax BR-6104K.
Also midge uses ipkg package manager, which can be used for installing new software.
Midge divided to 3 versions: jffs2, tmpfs and usb - difference on which root filesystem is used.
- jffs2 version uses…
hdimage 0.0.2 by Toni Rodinis
hdimage is a tool for imaging or copying hard disk partitions or entire disks.
hdimage project cleans unused blocks on ext2 partitions and may be used as a backup tool for Linux partitions.
This software has to be tested before use. Do not use it for backups yet.
Some of options…
SSH Filesystem 1.7 by Miklos Szeredi
SSH Filesystem is a filesystem client based on the SSH File Transfer Protocol. Since most SSH servers already support this protocol it is very easy to set up: i.e. on the server side there's nothing to do. On the client side mounting the filesystem is as easy as logging into the server with ssh.
Knopperdisk 0.3.1 by Knopperdisk Team
The USB version is more than just a rescue disk. It's based on Gentoo and contains various other programs/utilities such as network related tools (nmap, ettercap).
The floppy version is a so called rescue disk which is a compilation of uclibc and busybox among other utilities. It even has a ssh c…
FSHeal 0.2 by Corcalciuc V. Horia
FSHeal aims to be a general filesystem tool that can scan and report vital "defective" information about the filesystem like broken symlinks, forgotten backup files, and left-over object files, but also source files, documentation files, user documents, and so on.
It will scan the filesystem with…
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