Re: [opensuse] Undoing a delete
- From: Bryen <suseROCKS@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 18 Nov 2007 12:54:24 -0600
On Sun, 2007-11-18 at 11:35 -0700, Carlos F Lange wrote:
On Sun November 18 2007 11:25, Catimimi wrote:When recovering a file has such important and critical time restraints
Carlos F Lange a écrit :
On Sun November 18 2007 01:01, Catimimi wrote:
Aaron Kulkis a écrit :
Is there any way to undo an rm in terminal?
Have a look here :
Is the world backwards?
This is a Win32 product!
Do they want me to go and find a Windows machine to run this recovery
tool for a Linux formated disk? What are they thinking?
It's up to you to decide. I don't want anything except to try to
help, your problem is to know if you want to get your data back. Is
it a shame to have a solution with a windows product ?
it is a shame when the vendor markets a product that may be pointlessly
defeated if it takes time to go to another machine (whatever that
machine is.) They're not only advocating GOING to another machine, but
do a different operating system for which the original file system is
not a native of.
The shame to me is that it is seemingly preying upon the knowledge gap
of some users who don't realize that timing is everything when it comes
Regardless, I have seen plenty of decent alternatives in the last 24
hours from other posters that can avoid the need for a paid product that
requires the use of a paid operating system in order to recover my files
on my free (or free-er) operating system.
Michel,That would make alot of sense. I'm down to only one XP from my laptop,
I am thankful to you for pointing this product out, which I didn't find
in my quick search yesterday. I was just venting my frustration.
In fact, I went beyond venting and contacted their sales rep online
right now and put in a request for a Linux version of the product, not
because of shame, but because I don't have any Windows box left in the
which is actually on original OEM drive pulled out and placed in a safe
location (next to the furnace) and use another drive to run Linux.
And appropriately, the way to get the vendors of the world to start
developing more for Linux is to hear more from us.
--Apparently General Failure is the guy working over at Disk Doctors.
Who is General Failure, and why is he reading my disk?
Hah! I couldn't resist.
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