File Recovery under linux - anyone ?
We have an Ext3 disk connected to a ubuntu box where a multi-gigabyte
file was overwritten by a file with zero bytes with the same name.
Anyone having some good clues to recover the original file in this
Does it exist tools for file recovery / inspection running under Linux ?
I'm used to these challenges under windows, but I have no experience
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