[kwlug-disc] ntbackup browser on Linux

Colin Mackay zixiekat at gmail.com
Fri Jul 9 10:27:59 EDT 2010


The only thing I found was "mtftar" Microsoft Tape Format tar.  The
link is below, hope it helps:

http://savvyadmin.com/extract-nt-backup-files-in-linux-using-mtftar/


On Thu, Jul 8, 2010 at 5:20 PM, Paul Nijjar <paul_nijjar at yahoo.ca> wrote:
>
> My scroogle-fu is weak. I think it has wilted. Does anybody know if
> there is a program that would let me read archives created by Windows
> NTBackup in Linux (Debian or Ubuntu, preferably)? I guess that a
> command-line utility is preferable.
>
> The context is that I back up my Windows backups to a Debian file
> server. Now I want to recover a file, but the backup is so big (and
> slow to transfer) that I would prefer to browse the backup on the
> linux host rather than transfering it back to Windows and/or setting
> up some kind of networked share for this data.
>
> - Paul
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