R-Studio for Linux 5.1.191031

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R-Studio for Linux 5.1.191031

Post by R-tt Team » Mon Aug 15, 2022 6:38 pm

A new version of R-Studio for Linux is available for download.
New features:
The following items have been added:
+ A new command Close All Images to close all opened images.
+ Support for the XFS file system;
+ Support for Intel Software RAIDs;
+ Data wiping for drives.

Additionally for the Technician versions:
+ Runtime imaging for individual folders/files;
+ Imaging of drive's file system (FS map) only;
+ Drive and file maps for all supported devices;
+ Drive imaging to a physical drive rather than to an image file;
+ New file hash functions sha1 and sha256 to forensic logs;

* R-Studio sets now the access rights of the current user to created files.
* Info about multi-pass imaging phases has been added to the log.
* A new option Check sectors status has been added to the Recheck Recovery Chances dialog box.

The Technician version
* Post Actions (Shut down the computer on task completion & E-mail options) have been added to the Options window.

= The default system info file names have been changed to R-Studio-SystemInfo-yyyy-MM-dd.
= The I/O Options button has been renamed to the Options button.
= The Forensic Log Settings dialog box has been moved to the Forensic Log Settings tab on the Recover dialog box.

- It was impossible to register R-Studio and R-Studio Technician simultaneously on the same computer. Fixed.
- It was impossible to disable all additional phases for multi-pass imaging in order to enable only the main one. Fixed.
- R-Studio performed Slow areas and Retrying phases of multi-pass imaging even when when they were disabled. Fixed.
- The Map of file command was active in the left pane of the Content panel. Fixed.
- R-Studio threw a Corrupt data error message for ddrescue map files larger than 64kB. Fixed.
- It was impossible to perform sector map operations for incomplete images. Fixed.
- Not all info was copied from the Get Info window. Fixed.
- Missing disks added to Virtual Volume Set or Virtual Mirror couldn't be edit correctly. Fixed.
- Some partition and drive actions could be performed during disk operations like disk scan, RAID consistency check, and so on. Fixed.
- No progress bar was shown during manual update. Fixed.
- R-Studio may have frozen while executing the Recover All Files command. Fixed.
- File sorting may have changed to default (Real file system) when the Show Files command was executed for an already opened tab, or the tab was moved, etc. Fixed.
- Child objects of a wiped drive/partition were not automatically deleted from the Device view pane. Fixed.
- The Close All command appeared in the Partition tab shortcut menu even only one tab was opened. Fixed.
- Questionable folders may have disappeared in the panels after Rescan Folder. Fixed.
- Not all information could be copied from the Get Info window. Fixed.
- Existing zero-sized files had the green mark for recovery chances. Fixed.
- The Preview command was active in the Find Results panel for zero-sized files. Fixed.
- A negative offset may have been entered into the I/O Monitor field. Fixed.
- An image of a password-protected APFS container could not be opened even with the correct password. Fixed.
- File marking results may have been different for different time format. Fixed.
- The information in the Disk Properties tab was updated incorrectly. Fixed.
- Data on virtual block RAIDs with disks with bad sectors may have read too slowly. Fixed.
- R-Studio crashed when the byte-to-byte imaging was selected in a system with only one disk. Fixed.
- Many cosmetic bugfixes.

Test/hexadecimal editor:
- The Find previous command and reverse search may have executed incorrectly. Fixed.
- The Select From/To procedure didn't work correctly with the Search command.
- The search command may have been executed incorrectly when the Not equal option was enabled. Fixed.
- The Append command may have been executed incorrectly. Fixed.

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