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Restore one file


You can restore just one file instead of all files that have been found. This feature can be used after you completed Step 2 '-s2'.

hfsprescue --one-file <device node|image file> <file number> [-b <block size>] [-o <offset in bytes>] [--vh-file <file name>] [--eof-file <file name>] [--alternative]

You need the file number to restore a file. You get this number with using 'hfsprescue --list' or from the CSV export file.

Example to restore a file called 'mynotes.txt':

Command 1: hfsprescue --list | grep mynotes.txt

Sample output:

2023: mynotes.txt, 966097 bytes, 1438688944, Tue Aug  4 13:49:04 2015, Start block 560458

The file number is 2023.

Command 2: hfsprescue --one-file /dev/sdb2 2023

On success, you find the file 'mynotes.txt' in the 'restored/' directory.




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