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Phox
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File Count Report?

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I'm using Photorec in Linux and need to see if there is a way to dump out the final file counts to a simple text file. Photorec displays the file counts while it is locating and recovering the files, but then the screen disappears when it is complete. Are there any command line switches that would tell Photorec to save the final file counts to a text file? I just need the list of the file types that it has recovered along with the total counts. Thanks in advance for any help.

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Re: File Count Report?

#2 Post by cgrenier »

Run "photorec /log" ;-)

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Re: File Count Report?

#3 Post by Phox »

"photorec /log" is not creating a log file for me. :(

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Re: File Count Report?

#4 Post by Phox »

Okay, I found where it wrote the log and I found the information that I was looking for at the very end of the log. Thanks for your help. :D

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