dd_rescue: Recover data from media with errors.

Edit Package dd_rescue

dd_rescue copies data from media with errors. It also supports reverse direction copying, so you can approach bad spots on your media from both directions.
The dd_rhelp tool automates this.

gnu_ddrescue has superceded the functionality for dd_rescue's primary purpose:
Copying data in presence of errors. In many scenarios, gnu_ddrescue is easier
to operate than dd_rescue with dd_rhelp.

dd_rescue is still very useful for some special features such as the splice and
sparse copies, preallocation and secure overwriting with random numbers.

The plugins to dd_rescue provide real additional value:
* hash calculation while copying, optionally even S3 multipart style
* lzo (de)compression while copying
* (de/en)crypting files while copying

dd_rescue also features optional bandwidth limitations and writing to several output files.

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dd_rescue-1.99.13.tar.bz2 0000182574 178 KB
dd_rescue-1.99.13.tar.bz2.asc 0000000833 833 Bytes
dd_rescue-md5-unaligned-armv7.diff 0000001463 1.43 KB
dd_rescue-ossl3-evpcipherctx.diff 0000001020 1020 Bytes
dd_rescue.changes 0000032946 32.2 KB
dd_rescue.keyring 0000117108 114 KB
dd_rescue.spec 0000005817 5.68 KB
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