General Meeting Presentation for June 2001
Display File Systems (DFSee) is a generic partition and file system
browser/analyser. DFSee supports partition-tables (FDISK, LVM), (V)FAT,
FAT-32, HPFS-structures, some NTFS stuff and it might support different
file-systems like JFS and EXT2 in the future.
Jan van Wijk, the program's author, was here from the Netherlands to explain it all to us. You can download his Freelance
For most purposes DFsee is a complete FDISK replacement and at the moment
a partial replacement for the LVM utility. DFSee also includes several 'fix' commands solving common problems and a simple sector-editing function to make other kinds of manual changes.
For HPFS and NTFS it also includes UNDELETE functionality for files.
DFSee is freeware, and you can
download it from
Jan's web site,
The audience was attentive during the DFSee presentation.
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