R-Studio for Linux features
Usability and Interface
- Host OS: Linux, kernel 2.6 and above.
- Supported file systems: Ext2/3/4FS (created by Linux or another OS), FAT12, FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5 (created and updated by Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/7), exFAT, HFS, HFS+, HFSX, and UFS1, UFS2, UFS BigEndian (used by the FreeBSD, OpenBSD, and NetBSD operating systems).
- Supports hardware RAIDs, volume sets and stripe sets; software RAID 4, RAID 5, RAID 6, volume sets, stripe sets and custom RAID layouts (user can specify and save presets for block size, order, offsets, stripe blocks, etc.).
- Supports basic disks and dynamic disks.
- Data recovery from damaged or deleted partitions.
- Compressed file recovery (NTFS, NTFS5).
- Encrypted file recovery (NTFS5).
- Recovery of alternative data streams (NTFS, NTFS5).
- Localized name recognition.
- Forensic mode. Creates an audit log that can be presented in court hearings. (Technician version only).
- Bootable R-Studio Emergency Disk. R-Studio Emergency version can boot directly from an external USB drive, optical disc or several floppy disks. Useful for recovering data from internal hard drives on computers that cannot startup due to damaged or corrupted file systems.
Advanced Data Recovery
- Real-time progress status and file preview: During the scan, R-Studio graphically displays items found in the R-Studio Scan Information panel, including files of known types, FAT and NTFS MFT records, boot records, etc.
- File preview: Double-click files to preview the recovered file. Useful for estimating the probability of successful recovery.
- Mass file recovery: Save time by selecting multiple files or using Recover All
Saving and Copying Recovered Files
- Scan for known file types (or raw file search): R-Studio's known file types search recognizes the file structure of common file types, allowing you to recover data from disks where the file system is damaged or unknown (i.e. HDDs, CDs, DVDs, floppy disks, Compact Flash Card, USB drives, ZIP drives, memory sticks, and other removable media).
- Hexadecimal disk and file editor: Supports NTFS file non-resident attribute storage. Preset and custom patterns and templates help parse data according to known data structures.
- Advanced object copy: In addition to byte-to-byte copy of any object visible in the Drives panel, partitions and hard drives can be smart-copied with certain parameters changed.
R-Studio for Linux Network Features
- Disk imaging: R-Studio can create exact duplicates of entire disks, logical disks or partitions. Disk images are compatible with all previous versions of R-Studio.
- Advanced disk imaging: Disk images can be split, compressed and password-protected. These disk images require the current version of R-Studio or R-Drive Image.
- Recovered files can be saved on any local or networked disk visible to the host operating system.
- Supported Operating Systems: Recovers data from networked computers running Win9x, ME, NT, 2000, XP, Vista, Win7, Mac OS X or Linux and certain UNIX platforms.
- Low bandwidth, low data transfer: Data recovery and analysis processes run locally (on the host computer with the damaged/deleted disks), rather than on the remote technician's computer to increase data recovery speed and reduce bandwidth. Likewise, recovered data can be saved to a local disk without being transferred over the network.
For Local and Network Recovery
R-Studio for Linux run in the demo mode allows you to evaluate how the utility recovers lost files. The only limitation is you can not recover files larger than 64KB in the demo mode.
R-Studio for Linux is registered on on-the-fly and no reinstallation required. Depending on the registration key the software is activated to local or network version. Most of the image files can be previewed when R-Studio for Linux is run in the demo mode. If a found image file is larger than 64KB you may simply double click the file to view it. If you are satisfied with the file content you may buy the R-Studio for Linux license, register the software and recover the file right away.
You may download the software version depending on your computing platform to avoid transferring and installation of unnecessary components.
Service Utilities for Local Recovery
R-Studio Emergency ISO Image is used to create R-Studio Emergency * startup CD. To create the startup CD you should use any disk burning utility to burn a CD from the downloaded ISO Image. You may download R-Studio Emergency ISO for PowerPC-based New World Macintosh (since 2001) and compatible UNIX computers/servers or for Intel-based Macintosh, Windows, Linix and UNIX computers/servers.
* R-Studio Emergency is included in R-Studio package but its activation key is generated separately and requires a hardware code obtaining. The activation key can be requested through Registered User's Console within one year from the date of purchase.
Service Utilities for Network Recovery
R-Studio Agent Emergency ISO Image is used to create R-Studio Agent Emergency startup CD. To create the startup CD you should use any disk burning utility to burn a CD from the downloaded ISO Image.
You may download R-Studio Agent Emergency ISO for PowerPC-based New World Macintosh (since 2001) and compatible UNIX computers/servers or for Intel-based Macintosh, Windows, Linix and UNIX computers/servers.
* Five (5) R-Studio Agent Emergency registration keys are included in R-Studio for Linux Network package.