Assistance with tbiview Tool on Linux

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Assistance with tbiview Tool on Linux

Postby astuart » Fri Dec 06, 2019 7:00 am

I am attempting to utilize the Linux tbiview tool version 1.45 to view the contents of a tbi files I received from another party. However it claims the .tbi file is invalid. Along with the tbi file, I received two files with extensions ".1" ".2". Do I need to concatenate these files or perform some other function before attempting to view the tbi file? The file command reports these files as "application/octet-stream; charset=binary". Does this sound like a corrupted image or am I missing something? Is there anyway to internally check the integrity of the tbi file?

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Re: Assistance with tbiview Tool on Linux

Postby TeraByte Support » Sat Dec 07, 2019 9:27 am

Sounds like the file(s) is/are corrupt. You need the .tbi, .1, .2 file
is that was in the set. You don't need to combine them, it will look
for it as needed.


On 12/6/2019 6:00 AM, astuart wrote:
> I am attempting to utilize the Linux tbiview tool version 1.45 to view the contents of a tbi files I received from another party. However it claims the .tbi file is invalid. Along with the tbi file, I received two files with extensions ".1" ".2". Do I need to concatenate these files or perform some other function before attempting to view the tbi file? The file command reports these files as "application/octet-stream; charset=binary". Does this sound like a corrupted image or am I missing something? Is there anyway to internally check the integrity of the tbi file?
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> Thanks
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