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Björn Jonsson
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{{Infobox_Software |
Computer Forensic Team
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  name = xmount |
Crime Scene unit
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  maintainer = [[Daniel Gillen]] |
Västerbotten County Police, Sweden
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  os = [[Linux]] , [[Mac OS X]] |
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  genre = [[Image mounting]] |
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  license = {{GPL}} |
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  website = [https://www.pinguin.lu/index.php www.pinguin.lu] |
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Description taken from xmount site on Pinguin's HQ:
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xmount allows you to convert on-the-fly between multiple input and output harddisk image types. xmount creates a virtual file system using FUSE (Filesystem in Userspace) that contains a virtual representation of the input image. The virtual representation can be in raw DD, VirtualBox's virtual disk file format or in VmWare's VMDK file format. Input images can be raw DD, EWF (Expert Witness Compression Format) or AFF (Advanced Forensic Format) files. In addition, xmount also supports virtual write access to the output files that is redirected to a cache file. This makes it possible to boot acquired harddisk images using QEMU, KVM, VirtualBox, VmWare or alike.
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== External Links ==
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* [https://www.pinguin.lu/index.php Pinguin's HQ]

Revision as of 13:04, 13 October 2010

xmount
Maintainer: Daniel Gillen
OS: Linux , Mac OS X
Genre: Image mounting
License: GPL
Website: www.pinguin.lu

Description taken from xmount site on Pinguin's HQ:


xmount allows you to convert on-the-fly between multiple input and output harddisk image types. xmount creates a virtual file system using FUSE (Filesystem in Userspace) that contains a virtual representation of the input image. The virtual representation can be in raw DD, VirtualBox's virtual disk file format or in VmWare's VMDK file format. Input images can be raw DD, EWF (Expert Witness Compression Format) or AFF (Advanced Forensic Format) files. In addition, xmount also supports virtual write access to the output files that is redirected to a cache file. This makes it possible to boot acquired harddisk images using QEMU, KVM, VirtualBox, VmWare or alike.

External Links