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= Conventional File Systems =
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{{Infobox_Software |
: The Fast File System, a variant of ufs that is faster and supports symbolic links.
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  name = grml |
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  maintainer = [[grml team]] |
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  os = {{Linux}} |
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  genre = {{Live CD}} |
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  license = {{GPL}}, others |
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  website = [http://grml.org/ grml.org/] |
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'''grml''' is a forensic [[Live CD]] based on [[Debian]].
: ext2fs was introduced with Linux. ext3 is a journaled version of ext2 which allows for speedy disk recovery after a crash.
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; FAT
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== Overview ==
: Originally used by MSDOS. Includes FAT12 (for floppy disks), FAT16 and FAT32
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; NTFS
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grml enables write blocking during early stage of boot process.
: The New Technology File System, introduced by Microsoft with Windows NT 4.0. Now used on XP.
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; ufs
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== External Links ==
: The Unix File System, introduced with Unix.
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* [http://grml.org/ Project site]
 
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= Cryptographic File Systems =
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Cryptographic file systems encrypt information before it is stored on the media. Some of these file systems store encrypted files directly. Others are better thought of as device drivers, which are then used to store some of the file systems discussed above.
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; Apple's File Vault
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: A clever user interface to Apple's encrypted disk images. Uses the ".sparseimage" extension on disk files.
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; CFS
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: "A Cyptograhpic File System for Unix"  Matt Blaze
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; http://www.tcfs.it/
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grml
Maintainer: grml team
OS: Linux
Genre: Live CD
License: GPL, others
Website: grml.org/

grml is a forensic Live CD based on Debian.

Overview

grml enables write blocking during early stage of boot process.

External Links