Choose partition in scripting mode

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afuna
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Choose partition in scripting mode

#1 Post by afuna »

I'm trying to script testdisk to see which partitions contain an "accessible" filesystem.
Let's say I want to execute "list" on partition 3, I try

testdisk /cmd image.dsk analyze,3,list

but get an syntax error. The documentation says that the "analyze" menu has a "number" command, but I'm not sure what that means/how to use it.

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Re: Choose partition in scripting mode

#2 Post by cgrenier »

Try something like

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testdisk /log /cmd image.dsk advanced,3,list

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