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Old 10-05-2015, 09:24 AM   #1
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Post mount partclone.ntfs.

I used "partclone.ntfs -R -c -s /dev/sdXX -o /mnt/filename" and forgot to specific Suffix, It made two files for me "d.000" and "d" but can it cause any problem?

How can I mount it and read the files? I searched and found some links as below :


Am I on a right track?

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Old 10-06-2015, 05:32 AM   #2
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Problem solved.

I create a "file.img" via "touch" command and then :

$ sudo partclone.restore -C -s d -O file.img
Partclone v0.2.48
Starting to restore image (d) to device (p.img)
Calculating bitmap... Please wait... done!
File system: NTFS
Device size: 21.0 GB
Space in use: 18.6 GB
Free Space: 2.3 GB
Block size: 4096 Byte
Used block : 4549210
Elapsed: 00:07:42, Remaining: 00:00:00, Completed: 100.00, Rate: 2.42GB/min,
current block: 5120710, total block: 5120710, Complete: 100.00%
Total Time: 00:07:42, Ave. Rate: 2.4GB/min, 100.00% completed!
Syncing... OK!
Partclone successfully restored the image (d) to the device (p.img)
Cloned successfully.


$ sudo ntfs-3g file.img /mnt/temp


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