I have tried 'recover'
Maintainer: Noel Koethe <email@example.com>
Depends: libc6 (>= 2.2.4-4)
Description: Undelete files on ext2 partitions
Recover automates some steps as described in the ext2-undeletion
howto. This means it seeks all the deleted inodes on your hard drive
with debugfs. When all the inodes are indexed, recover asks you some
questions about the deleted file. These questions are:
* Hard disk device name
* Year of deletion
* Month of deletion
* Weekday of deletion
* First/Last possible day of month
* Min/Max possible file size
* Min/Max possible deletion hour
* Min/Max possible deletion minute
* User ID of the deleted file
* A text string the file included (can be ignored)
If recover found any fitting inodes, it asks to give a directory name
and dumps the inodes into the directory. Finally it asks you if you
want to filter the inodes again (in case you typed some wrong
but I get a segmentaion error.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Joyce, Matthew
> Sent: Monday, 31 March 2003 12:00 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: undelete
> I have foolishly deleted a file I did not want to.
> It was created this morning, so it is not backed up.
> is there an undelete util ?
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