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  • OSFMount Commandline support ?

    Hello,

    Will OSFMount support command line version in the future ?

    John
    jslegers
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    Last edited by jslegers; 06-03-2011, 03:28 PM. Reason: Question

  • #2
    It isn't our highest priority at the moment. But it would be a nice feature to add.

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    • #3
      Thanks for the info.

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      • #4
        OSFMount v1.5 Build 1006 Release

        A new build of OSFMount has been released (v1.5 Build 1006) which includes command line support (via a separate OSFMount console application [filename: OSFMount.com]). You can download the new build here:

        http://www.osforensics.com/tools/mount-disk-images.html

        Here are some usage examples:

        Mounting an image file as a virtual drive

        osfmount -a -t file -f C:\passmark\images\vmdk_split.001 -m #:

        Creating device...
        Created device 0: G: -> C:\passmark\images\vmdk_split.001
        Notifying applications...
        Done.


        Dismounting a virtual drive

        osfmount -d -m g:

        Flushing file buffers...
        Locking volume...
        Dismounting filesystem...
        Removing device...
        Removing mountpoint...
        Done.


        Displaying virtual drive details

        osfmount -l -m g:

        G: = \??\C:\passmark\images\vmdk_split.001
        Size: 42939588608 bytes (39.99 GB), ReadOnly, File Type Virtual Disk, HDD.


        Other changes included in this build:
        • Fixed 'Browse' file dialog to show all file extensions

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        • #5
          Thanks for the new build looks good. Works great.
          Is it possible to make an option unmount all ?

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          • #6
            Will it be possible to create one package for the 32 Bit and the 64 Bit version so that the command line version knows which driver it has to use?
            I want to use OSFmount in combination with Total Commander. Only I can't create something that determines if it has to use the 32 Bit version or the 64 Bit version command line.

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            • #7
              There are 2 command line binaries. One for 32bit and one for 64bit.
              I don't know anything about Total Commander, nor why Total Commander would require one package.

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              • #8
                I have made an installer for TC so that it knows which version to install. 32Bit or 64Bit.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by keith View Post
                  Dismounting a virtual drive

                  osfmount -d -m g:

                  Flushing file buffers...
                  Locking volume...
                  Dismounting filesystem...
                  Removing device...
                  Removing mountpoint...
                  Done.

                  Sorry to revive this post, but could we support giving the location of the image file used as well, instead of the drive letter? Additionally, drag and drop support into the main window, as well as right click support (without the main window being open) for images/drives would be amazing!

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