Originally Posted by whansard
mount the fat16 image in loopback mode.
mount -o loop <image.name> <mountpoint>
then run find on the mountpoint where yo umounted the image
find /mountpoint -name "image.raw" -print
What I did was
grep -oba Test linux.img
... and then cut the area with
dd if=linux.img of=part bs=1 count=1024 skip=24359
... but I could not find Test.raw... only Test or RAW.
I will try your method tomorrow. Thanks in advance.
Also I wonder what about fragmentation.... usually files are not written to the HDD in one big block, but are distributed over several clusters...