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R-Studio for Linux 5.4.191325

Post by R-tt Team » Fri Jun 14, 2024 2:33 pm

A new version of R-Studio for Linux is available for download.
New features
Technician/T80+
+ Multitasking. Several different tasks can be performed simultaneously. For example, you can create a multi-pass image using a third-party hardware, scan a disk image, and recover files from another image, all at the same time. The number of concurrently performed tasks depends only on the computer efficiency (CPU, RAM, HDD/SSD, etc). Each task runs in its own tab and can be controlled individually. Computer shutdown takes place when all tasks are completed. The list of running tasks is displayed on the Main panel in the lower left corner.
+ Hidden devices. Devices that are not subject to scanning for data recovery can be hidden from the Main panel (System disks, devices for storing recovered data, etc). Such hidden devices are still accessible for storing recovered files, logs, scan info, etc.

Improvements
* Information about saving system info and for times of recovery list export has been added to the Log.
* Runtime imaging can be started from the Create image dialog box in the Technician/T80+ versions.
* R-Studio can now use an already existing sector map to continue image creation, even if the drive attributes (its vendor, product name, GUID, or serial number) don't match the image ones. The drive size should always match.
* Image display in File Previewer has been improved.

Changes
= In the R-Studio Standalone and Corporate versions, running tasks are now shown in a tab.
= A new layout for the Settings window.
= Detailed, simple, and none scan views have been removed from the Scan dialog box

Bugfixes
- Bad sector rating for files on partitions inside APFS containers didn't work. Fixed.
- The program confused / and \ (acceptable for file paths on the EXT* file systems) in file path separators when importing recovery file lists. Only / is now used as a path separator in recovery file lists.
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- There was a spare attribute File Type for folders in the Get Info tab. Fixed.
- Exported file recovery lists in the HTML format may sometimes have been broken. Fixed.
- R-Studio for Linux incorrectly processed XFS partitions with 4K sectors. Fixed.
- Folder cross-links were processed incorrectly for XFS file systems for inode numbers larger than 2^32. Fixed.
- Some bitmap files couldn't be identified by using search for Known File Types. Fixed.
- Some files couldn't be recognized by their file signatures when their beginnings looked like a text file and were close to the previous text files. Fixed.
- Valid jpg files were split into two invalid parts when their previews in their exif parts were on the sector boundaries. Fixed.
- Hexadecimal Viewer/Editor may have incorrectly saved large quantity of data. Fixed.
- Several internal bug fixes.
- Several crash causes have been eliminated.
- A lot of cosmetic bugfixes.

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