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R-Linux is a free file recovery utility for the Ext2FS file system used in the Linux OS and several Unixes. R-Linux uses InteligentScan technology and flexible parameter settings that give you real control over the fastest data recovery ever seen. It recovers files from existing logical disks even when file records are lost. However, there is no any network capabilities or ability to reconstruct damaged RAIDs or stripe sets in R-Linux.

*  Standard "Windows Explorer" - style interface.

* Host OS: Win9x, ME, NT, 2000, XP, 2003.

* Supported file systems: Ext2FS (Linux) only.

* Recognition and parsing Dynamic (Windows 2000/XP), Basic and BSD (UNIX) partitions layout schema.

* Creates IMAGE FILES for an entire DISK, PARTITION or its part. Such image files can be processed like regular disks.

* Recognizes localized names.

* Recovered files can be saved on any (including network) disks accessible by the host operating system.

R-Linux recovers files:

*  Removed by virus attack, power failure or system crash;

* After the partition with the files was reformatted, even for different file system;

* When the partition structure on a disk was changed or damaged. In this case, R-Linux can scan the disk trying to find previously existed partitions and restore files from found partitions.

* From disks with bad sectors. In this case, R-Linux can first copy the entire disk or its part into an image file and then process such image file. This is especially useful when new bad sectors are constantly appearing on the disk, and remaining information must be immediately saved.

System Requirements

* An Intel-compatible platform running Windows 9x/ME/NT4.0/2000/XP/2003.

* At least 32 MB of RAM, a mouse, and enough disk space for recovered files, image files, etc.

* The administrative privileges are required to install and run R-Linux under WinNT/2000/XP/2003.

http://www.data-recovery-software.net/Linux_Recovery.shtml

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