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I'd like to find an equivalent command to debugfs but for FAT32 partitions within Linux.

I need to list all the sectors corresponding to a specific file (I'm working on a disk imaged with dd).

If not, are you aware of any DOS/Windows command?

Thanks for help.

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Why? You could simply mount the file if you want to access/copy it. – mdpc Mar 21 '13 at 1:22
    
This is mainly for data recovery issues. Actually, I found a solution: cd to the file system and issue hdparm --fibmap command which give the list of LBAs. But doesn't work on disk images. – supervic Mar 21 '13 at 9:05

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