R-Studio for Linux 4.8.3819

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R-Studio for Linux 4.8.3819

Post by R-tt Team » Sat Nov 09, 2019 6:43 pm

A new version of R-Studio for Linux is available for download.
New Features:
+ Support the APFS file system created by macOS Catalina has been added.
+ Support of the APFS Fusion Drive has been added.
+ Several paths can be immediately specified for multiple-volume images.
+ Automatic recognition and assembly of complex disk manager objects whose components are also various disk manager objects. This may be useful for data recovery from various NAS devices.
Technician version:
+ Alternative paths can be specified for places to store recovered files and images.
+ Post Action options have been added for unattended operations:
. Automatic shutdown once lengthy operations have completed: file recovery, disk scan, and disk imaging. When this option is specified, R-Studio checks that all relevant information (scan info, RAID layouts, etc) has been saved and advanced recovery features specified.
. Automatic email notification regarding operation success/failure.

Improvements:
* Objects of the /snap/XXX type are not shown on the Drive panel.
* Search for deleted files has been improved for the Ext2/3/4 and UFS1/UFS2 file systems.
* File system reconstruction has been improved for APFS partitions.
* The Open folder when done option has been added to the Recover dialog box.
* File enumeration speed has been increased by several dozen times for Ext2/3/4 and UFS1/UFS2 partitions.
* Folder scan to improve folder tree reconstruction on recognized Ext2/3/4 and UFS1/UFS2 partitions.
* Ext4fs extent reconstruction for large deleted files even if they are not in the file system journal.
* Network data recovery speed has been increased by several dozen times.
* Text/hexadecimal editor shows the position on partition for resident files on the Ext4, UFS, HFS+, and APFS file systems, and for compressed files on the HFS+ file systems.

Bug-fixes:
- R-Studio may have opened some partitions with large numbers of files for a long time. Fixed.
- R-Studio may have crashed during performing recheck recovery chances. Fixed.
- Volume labels may have been detected incorrectly for UFS1 partitions. Fixed.
- Idle RAID sequences may have appeared when a custom RAID was created. Those sequences could not be deleted. Fixed.
- When an invalid RAID table was applied, the program didn't throw a warning. Fixed.
- An incorrect minimum number of RAID table lines may have appeared for RAID0 and RAID4. Fixed.
- The cursor may have moved incorrectly when editing the RAID table. Fixed.
- Unit fields (TB, GB, MB) in the RAID editor may have worked incorrectly. Fixed.
- Sometimes, R-Studio may have selected an incorrect folder for cross-linked files on FAT file systems. Fixed.