.ino files (Arduino robot)

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.ino files (Arduino robot)

#1 Post by mikkor » 20 Aug 2015, 21:01

Hi guys,
Could anybody help me?...
I have a chance to find my files .ino (Arduino Files simple notepad editable text files with .ino extention)
Unfortunately my photorec.sig seems not working properly
Or could you please send me a hint whats wrong with my photorec.sig file wich contains:

ino 0 "Arduino File"

Sample Arduino files:
I uploaded samples to http://100di.ru/samples.zip

Thank you in advance!

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Re: .ino files (Arduino robot)

#2 Post by cgrenier » 27 Aug 2015, 10:56

You can create a photorec.sig file with

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ino 0 "/* Robot"
ino 0 "/* Runaway Robot"
Or search in the various text files recovered by PhotoRec

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Re: .ino files (Arduino robot)

#3 Post by mikkor » 27 Aug 2015, 13:00

Thank you Christophe for the reply.
Unfortunately smth wrong with mine sig file. Is it wrong? Would you please look

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Re: .ino files (Arduino robot)

#4 Post by mikkor » 27 Aug 2015, 13:13

Christophe, my robot has files with different names but all files with .ino extention.

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Re: .ino files (Arduino robot)

#5 Post by mikkor » 28 Aug 2015, 06:54

No files found with suggested .sig file.. :(
There is smth need to change.
Any ideas?

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Re: .ino files (Arduino robot)

#6 Post by mikkor » 03 Sep 2015, 06:10

No luck so far...
Could anybody explain how to create a simple .sig to find all the files with .ino extention?..

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Re: .ino files (Arduino robot)

#7 Post by cgrenier » 06 Sep 2015, 08:40

The signature is about the file content, not the file extension.
If all your .ino files begin by the same content, you can create a signature.
If all your .ino files contains some specific word, you can search for this word in all the recovered files.

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