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You have carriage return \r in the file names, as a result you are not being able to parse the files using usual manner. To remove all the \r characters from the file names run the following command in bash from the directory containing the files : for file in *; do mv -i "$file" "$(sed 's/\r//g'<<<"$file")"; done Now all the files should not ...
Try changing the name of the zip file to a file name without the ":". If that's not the problem, consider that the file could be corrupted. So, you'll try to repair it and maybe save a part of the information. Some way for that is, for example, zip -F broke.zip --out pleasework.zip or zip -FF broke.zip --out pleasework.zip
following the answer of @aman and @tuxdna, because dmg2img doesn't seem to work on compressed dmg images. so i made a bash script (tested on ubuntu 14.10) to automatize the process of : extracting with 7z in a temp folder looking for which partition to mount copy the hfs/hfsplus folder/partition somewhere else delete the temp folder mount the partition ...
Try remounting the device with rw access by: sudo mount -o remount,rw <mount-point-of-/dev/sdb1>
Open it with MsgViewer http://sourceforge.net/projects/msgviewer/ wget http://sourceforge.net/projects/msgviewer/files/latest/download mv download MSGViewer.zip unzip MSGViewer.zip cd MSGViewer-1.9 java -jar MSGViewer.jar now, just drag'n'drop the msg file to the program window to have its contents displayed.
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