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R-Linux Settings

You may specify some global setting for R-Linux on the Settings dialog box. You may reach it by selecting Settings on the Tools menu.


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Main dialog box

File Systems

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File Systems dialog box


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Log dialog box

Click to expand/collapse Log options

Known File Types

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Known File Types dialog box

You may specify which Known File Types will be enabled/disabled by default. You may also specify know file types to search for during a specific scan session on the Scan dialog box.

Bad Sectors

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Bad Sectors dialog box

Memory Usage

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Memory Usage dialog box

These settings control how much memory R-Linux uses for its work. They help preventing R-Linux from locking when trying to perform very memory-consuming tasks like scanning large disks or processing file systems with a lot of files.

You may see how much memory R-Linux actually uses on the Memory Usage dialog box.