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dcalc is used to map between the output of [[Dls]] and the original file system blocks. dls can be used to extract the  unallocated blocks from a file system.  Once data is found in the unallocated data though, you may want to know where the data was in the original file system.  dcalc is used for that.
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blkcalc is used to map between the output of [[blkls]] and the original file system [[data unit]]s. blkls can be used to extract the  unallocated [[data unit]]s from a file system.  Once data is found in the unallocated data though, you may want to know where the data was in the original file system.  blkcalc is used for that. blkcalc used to be called dcalc.
  
* [http://www.sleuthkit.org/sleuthkit/man/dcalc.html Automatically Updated man Page]
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* [http://www.sleuthkit.org/sleuthkit/man/blkcalc.html Automatically Updated man Page]

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blkcalc is used to map between the output of blkls and the original file system data units. blkls can be used to extract the unallocated data units from a file system. Once data is found in the unallocated data though, you may want to know where the data was in the original file system. blkcalc is used for that. blkcalc used to be called dcalc.