Lziprecover 1.15

A command-line recovery tool for damaged lz files, available for Linux and UNIX-like OSes
Lziprecover - The program has been successfully compiled under Ubuntu 12.10
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As its name suggests, Lziprecover is an open source and totally free recovery tool for Lzip compressed files. It can also decompress .lz files.

Lziprecover is crafted in such a way that it can recover badly damaged files, repair somewhat damaged files, test the integrity of lz files, and decompress files.

It can also extract a range of bytes from a lz file, and list the actual size of multi-member files, decompress and recover files produced by any of the archivers from the lzip family, such as lzip, minilzip/lzlib, plzip, pdlzip and clzip.

Lziprecover makes lzip files resistant to bit-flip, it's able to safely merge multiple damaged backup copies, and it efficiently extracts a range of bytes from a multi-member files.

last updated on:
September 27th, 2013, 20:05 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Antonio Diaz Diaz
homepage:
www.nongnu.org
license type:
GPL v3 
category:
ROOT \ System \ Archiving
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Lziprecover - Usage example of the Lziprecover tool from the command-line
What's New in version 1.15 RC1
  • Minor changes have been made.
  • The chapter "Unzcrash" has been added to the manual.
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