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DDRescue-GUI v2.0.0

This is the latest-and-greatest version of DDRescue-GUI, and it's better than ever! It brings loads of improvements to all platforms, ranging from performance boosts, to an improved design more focused on security from the ground up.

See the corresponding blog post for all the details at https://www.hamishmb.com/blog.

NOTE for Linux users:

GetDevInfo needs to be installed before you can install this - head over to https://www.hamishmb.com/html/downloads.php?program_name=getdevinfo or https://launchpad.net/getdevinfo/1.x/1.0.2 to download it first.

Ubuntu 14.04 and 16.04 users need the Python 2 version, and everybody else will need the Python 3 version.

An alternate way to make this easier for Ubuntu users is to add my PPA to your system (see https://launchpad.net/~hamishmb/+archive/ubuntu/myppa).

UPDATE 26/9/2018: This version has been confirmed to work with the stable version of macOS 10.14 Mojave.

UPDATE 7/10/2018: This version has been confirmed to work with Ubuntu 18.10.

Hamish

Download Files

Icon Description Download No. Of Downloads
Copyleft Ubuntu Logo DDRescue-GUI v2.0.0 For Mac OS X 10.9 or Higher
(checksum & signature)
381
Copyleft Ubuntu Logo DDRescue-GUI v2.0.0 For Ubuntu 18.04 or Higher
(checksum & signature)
869
Copyleft Ubuntu Logo DDRescue-GUI v2.0.0 For Ubuntu 16.04 - 17.10
(checksum & signature)
385
Copyleft Ubuntu Logo DDRescue-GUI v2.0.0 For Ubuntu 14.04 LTS
(checksum & signature)
131
Copyleft Ubuntu Logo DDRescue-GUI v2.0.0 (All Architectures) For Fedora 27 Or Higher
(checksum & signature)
173
Copyleft Ubuntu Logo DDRescue-GUI v2.0.0 For Parted Magic
(checksum & signature)
97
Copyleft Ubuntu Logo DDRescue-GUI v2.0.0 For Other Linux Distributions
(checksum & signature)
330

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