Hello

i want see a file
the postfix of this file is .tdb and another is .fdb

which software can help me?
(in windows or linux)

On my computer, I found .tdb files in ~/.config/pulse and ~/.cache/rhythmbox/album-art. There is also a module python-tdb.

I was able to open my tdb files in the python interpreter:

import tdb
t = tdb.open('foobar.tdb')
print(list(t.iterkeys()))

Backup your file first :).

In kubuntu, I also found

sudo aptitude install tdb-tools
tdbdump FOOBAR.tdb # prints database contents to console

They are probably some sort of dbase files.

To determine the file type, you can use the "file" command.
file foobar.tdb

If you are sure of the file type you can start searching for a proper viewer..

commented: very good idea +14

On my .tdb files, the 'file' command gives

TDB database version 6, little-endian hash size 999 bytes

The correct command seems to be tdbtool

@Gribouillis
I did mention the "file"-command as a tip for future cases where one doesn't know the right file type, and as a think that knowing the right file type is the first step in search of the right tool to open it..

Hi
I can not open my file with tdbtools :(
I have CentOS
and do this
rpm -i tdb-tools-1.2.1-3.el6.i686.rpm
then write
open group_mapping.tdb
but nothing happened
plz help me...

I never used it but it seems that you must write

tdbtool open group_mapping.tdb

or perhaps

tdbtool

and then open group_mapping.tdb.

thank you.I use tdbtool and then open file.tdb
but nothing happened and I can not see content of this file :( again

I have only a tdb file with one key to make tests, but you can explore the database once in the tdbtool interpreter. Simply use the available commands. Here is a session

22:06 tmp] tdbtool
tdb> open card-database.tdb
tdb> keys
key 26 bytes: alsa_card.pci-0000_00_1b.0
tdb> show alsa_card.pci-0000_00_1b.0

key 26 bytes
alsa_card.pci-0000_00_1b.0
data 176 bytes
[000] 42 02 4E 4C 00 00 00 05  74 61 6E 61 6C 6F 67 2D  B.NL.... tanalog-
[010] 69 6E 70 75 74 2D 6D 69  63 72 6F 70 68 6F 6E 65  input-mi crophone
[020] 2D 69 6E 74 65 72 6E 61  6C 00 72 00 00 00 00 00  -interna l.r....
[030] 00 00 00 74 61 6E 61 6C  6F 67 2D 69 6E 70 75 74  ...tanal og-input
[040] 2D 6D 69 63 72 6F 70 68  6F 6E 65 00 72 00 00 00  -microph one.r..
[050] 00 00 00 00 00 74 61 6E  61 6C 6F 67 2D 6F 75 74  .....tan alog-out
[060] 70 75 74 2D 73 70 65 61  6B 65 72 00 72 00 00 00  put-spea ker.r..
[070] 00 00 00 00 00 74 61 6E  61 6C 6F 67 2D 6F 75 74  .....tan alog-out
[080] 70 75 74 2D 68 65 61 64  70 68 6F 6E 65 73 00 72  put-head phones.r
[090] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  74 68 64 6D 69 2D 6F 75  ....... thdmi-ou
[0A0] 74 70 75 74 2D 30 00 72  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  tput-0.r .......
tdb> info
Size of file/data: 32768/202
Number of records: 1
Incompatible hash: no
Smallest/average/largest keys: 26/26/26
Smallest/average/largest data: 176/176/176
Smallest/average/largest padding: 54/54/54
Number of dead records: 0
Smallest/average/largest dead records: 0/0/0
Number of free records: 1
Smallest/average/largest free records: 31768/31768/31768
Number of hash chains: 131
Smallest/average/largest hash chains: 0/0/1
Number of uncoalesced records: 0
Smallest/average/largest uncoalesced runs: 0/0/0
Percentage keys/data/padding/free/dead/rechdrs&tailers/hashes: 0/1/0/97/0/0/2
tdb> quit

If you can zip an attach a bigger tdb file to a post, we can try a session with one of your files if you want.

A TDB is a back-up information file designed by Turbocompresseur Lister, a system that allows customers make expert eBay results and to modify and publish products in large. It contains a back-up of all eBay results for a particular customer. TDB information files are stored in the Data listing of a Turbocompresseur Lister set up