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   genre = {{Disk imaging}} |
 
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   license = {{GPL}} |
 
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   website = [http://www.garloff.de/kurt/linux/ddrescue/] |
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   website = [http://www.garloff.de/kurt/linux/ddrescue/ www.garloff.de/kurt/linux/ddrescue/]
 
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'''dd_rescure''', is an an advanced evolution of [[dd]], a command line program that has been ported only for UNIX/Linux; dd_rescure uses a complex series of flags to allow the user to image or write data from and to [[raw image file]]s. It is a tool more suit that update to you in real time with the status of the operation visualizing some important info.
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'''dd_rescure''', is an an advanced evolution of [[dd]], a command line program that has been ported only for UNIX/Linux. The program uses a complex series of flags to allow the user to image or write data from and to [[raw image file|raw image files]]. Like [[dcfldd]], the program makes an effort to keep the user apprised of the status of the current operation.
  
== Example ==
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== Sample usage ==
  
 
Here is a common dd_rescue command:
 
Here is a common dd_rescue command:
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'''UNIX/Linux'''
 
'''UNIX/Linux'''
  
dd_rescue /dev/hda myfile.img
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<pre>$ dd_rescue /dev/hda myfile.img</pre>
  
 
==  Cautions ==
 
==  Cautions ==
  
Don't us if= and of= like [[dd]] becouse dd_rescure doesn't work!
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Unlike regular [[dd]], dd_rescue does not use the command line arguments <tt>if</tt> or <tt>of</tt>.
 
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== See also ==
 
== See also ==
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* [[dcfldd]]
 
* [[dcfldd]]
 
* [[dd]]
 
* [[dd]]
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* [[ddrescue]]
 
* [[sdd]]
 
* [[sdd]]

Revision as of 16:31, 2 June 2007

dd_rescure
Maintainer: {{{maintainer}}}
OS: Linux
Genre: Disk imaging
License: GPL
Website: www.garloff.de/kurt/linux/ddrescue/

dd_rescure, is an an advanced evolution of dd, a command line program that has been ported only for UNIX/Linux. The program uses a complex series of flags to allow the user to image or write data from and to raw image files. Like dcfldd, the program makes an effort to keep the user apprised of the status of the current operation.

Sample usage

Here is a common dd_rescue command:

UNIX/Linux

$ dd_rescue /dev/hda myfile.img

Cautions

Unlike regular dd, dd_rescue does not use the command line arguments if or of.

See also