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another resume question

#1 Post by sourdough » 10 Aug 2015, 16:19

I gathered from reading previous posts that I would need to edit photorec.ses and change the number towards the end of the second line and also to enter the sectors that I want the program to skip in the lines that follow. First I ran photorec to generate a .ses file. It gave me a file like this:

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james.img partition_i386,255,blocksize,1024,fileopt,everything,disable,bmp,enable,crw,enable,ctg,enable,fat,enable,dsc,enable,fat,enable,jpg,enable,mft,enable,png,enable,tif,enable,options,paranoid,keep_corrupted_file_no,wholespace,search,status=ext2_off,1012916,inter
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999988-999991
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1008780-1008783
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1014954-1014959
1019382-1019383
1021734-1465081855
Then I changed the sector number on the second line from 1012916 to 456643088 which is the last file that it found on the previous run. I also removed the last line 1021734-1465081855 because I figured I don't want it to skip to the end of the disk. However, when I run photorec, it offered to resume but couldn't start because of syntax error:
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Does anyone know what I am doing wrong? I am running 7.0 on centos 6.

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