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See screenshot. If you are stuck and just need some of the content of the file, you can rename it to. This worked for what I needed just now, but of course it is not as good as getting the file converted properly on a Mac. Just upload your documents, and it converts in the cloud. As an alternative: This saves the file as a package folder which includes a PDF file, and you can open the folder, navigate to the PDF and open it. You won't be able to edit.
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You could try to rename the file changing only the extension If that doesn't work, rename the file back to. If you are seeking a humanly recognized file contained in the backup, you will not find any. You're not the only one to have asked this question.
Please see 'How can I extract original files from a Moodle backup file? That's the master file for the backup. Look for the type and title of the modules you want.
In each folder is the data for each activity in the various xml files. If you need to locate attached or embedded files for a particular activity, those are listed by file number in the inforef. Using that file number look In the files. Thanks, Randy, but this is still not working. Have some extract scripts which will extract all files from a moodle backup regardless of what module they might have been used.https://recanebea.tk
That's because the files are in files directory of the backup. I'll set you up with an account on a server where you could upload the backup or share it out somewhere where I could acquire via wget URL. After I extract the files, I'll archive them and provide a link where you could download them. Thank you, Ken. Is it possible for someone to do this "Only way to see them as they looked when in Moodle is to restore the backup to a moodle site. As a teacher in a class you should be able to backup your course That's all you need then That would be good experience for you as you get a little insight into the jobs the persons behind making your 'institutions' Moodle must perform for you and students to use.
And the script I shared with you about extracting Yes, that is the only way. The purpose of the Moodle backup file is so you can restore to the same or to another Moodle site. Yes, it can be restored to another institute's Moodle site.