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This is the Find Files Index project ("ffi")
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Locates files on your computer or network. Like locate on steroids. Indexes not only all the files in your filesystems, but also those inside archives, filesystem images, and disk images as well. NOTE: For full functionality (reading partitions inside disk images, for example), the project "procb" is also required. There has been a tremendous amount of work done on this project (years, including lots of new filetypes) that has yet to be well-tested, cleaned up and uploaded, so please be patient and occasionally check back. NOTE: command line syntax and parameters have changed in newer versions significantly, to incorporate easy searches and easier database (flat file) creation.
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