Autopsy 4 Development on GNU/Linux & OS X

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Re: Autopsy 4 Development on GNU/Linux & OS X

Postby fdicarlo » Wed Nov 30, 2016 5:34 pm

Hoyt wrote:Hello fdiacarlo...

I've been a bit distracted lately and haven't worked on this since OSDFCon. From there I was working on the RegRipper scripts trying to get them to run properly under Linux. There's that, along with the other binaries, such as PhotoRec, that have to be addressed. The big question in my head at the time was about whether or not it would be better to simply make calls to those after they've been natively installed instead of trying to run them as proper modules. When you start thinking about it, it can become quite a dilemma either way.

RegRipper, great tool, I had to do some operations but is finally working on my laptop following this guide:
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Re: Autopsy 4 Development on GNU/Linux & OS X

Postby Hoyt » Sat Mar 11, 2017 4:05 pm

Just an update...

I've been getting some email about what's going on with this project. We're still working on this, guys. It's not an abandoned issue and will gain meaningful traction at some point in the near future. Basis Tech is committed to the idea, too, so it's not just us independent guys who are invested. There will be real news soon.

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Re: Autopsy 4 Development on GNU/Linux & OS X

Postby slippery » Fri Jun 02, 2017 1:44 pm

I'm interested, how can I help?
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