Monthly Archives: March 2012

Changing rpmbuild working directory

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Usually, rpmbuild related variables are set in ~/.rpmmacros. To change the current working directory, one could simply alter the default settings: This would change rpmbuild’s working directory on a per-user basis. Sometimes it’s quite convenient to keep the default setting and change the working directory on a per-project basis: To use the current directory as working directory, one could invoke… Read more »

Recovering deleted files with SleuthKit

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SleuthKit is probably one of the most comprehensive collections of tools for forensic filesystem analysis. One of the most basic use-cases is the recovery of files that have been deleted. However, SleuthKit can do much, much more. Have a look at the case studies wiki page for an impression. Let’s assume, there is a FAT volume on our disk (maybe… Read more »