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disktype

detection of content format of a disk or disk image

Description

The purpose of disktype is to detect the content format of a disk or disk image. It knows about common file systems, partition tables and boot codes. This software can be used for forensics analysis.

As of version 9, disktype knows about the following formats:

File systems:
   FAT12/FAT16/FAT32
   NTFS
   HPFS
   MFS, HFS, HFS Plus
   ISO9660 (incl. Joliet, El Torito)
   UDF
   ext2/ext3
   ext4 (patch from upstream CVS)
   btrfs (patch from upstream CVS)
   Minix
   ReiserFS
   Reiser4
   Linux romfs
   Linux cramfs
   Linux squashfs
   UFS (some variations)
   SysV FS (some variations)
   JFS
   XFS
   Amiga FS/FFS
   Amiga SFS
   Amiga PFS
   BeOS BFS
   QNX4 FS
   3DO CD-ROM FS
   Veritas VxFS
   Xbox DVD file system
Partitioning:
   DOS/PC style
   EFI GPT
   Apple
   Amiga "Rigid Disk"
   ATARI ST (AHDI3)
   BSD disklabel
   Linux RAID physical disks
   Linux LVM1 physical volumes
   Linux LVM2 physical volumes
   Solaris SPARC disklabel
   Solaris x86 disklabel (vtoc)
Other structures:
   Debian split floppy header
   Linux swap
Disk images:
   Raw CD image (.bin)
   Virtual PC hard disk image
   Apple UDIF disk image (limited)
Boot loaders:
   LILO
   GRUB
   SYSLINUX
   ISOLINUX
   Linux kernel
   FreeBSD loader
   Windows/MS-DOS loader
   BeOS loader, Haiku loader
   Sega Dreamcast
Compression formats:
   gzip
   compress
   bzip2
Archive formats:
   tar
   cpio
   bar
   dump/restore

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