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Re: Intent to package: recover v0.5



On Thu, Jun 03, 1999 at 04:41:43AM -0500, Robert V. MacQuarrie wrote:
> 
> Hi all,
> I have packaged the program recover v0.5 by Tom Pycke who has it licensed 
> using the GNU.
> Description: Restores lost files 
>     This program recovers a file which matches some ext2 - info about the
>     deleted inode by getting all the deleted inodes and filtering them.
>     It's based upon the Ext2Undeletion-HOWTO by Aaron Crane. Using this
>     utility, your chances to recover a lost file should increase a lot.
> 
> Tom seamed to like the idea that it's been packaged and that (hopefully)
> it'll make it into Debian's Main. I say hopefully because I'm not yet a
> maintainer. I hope to submit my application to new-maintainer@debian.org
> this week but I'm expecting the 2-3 month wait :-( that I've been reading
> about. Since I can not upload it to master yet I have setup a page with
> the following:
> 	recover-0.5.tar.gz		recover_0.5-1_i386.deb
> 	recover_0.5.orig.tar.gz		recover_0.5-1_i386.changes
> 	recover_0.5-1.diff.gz		recover_0.5-1.dsc
> 
> The URL is HTTP://Adrenolin.Provision.Net/Debian/recover.shtml
> Anyone wishing to download the .deb is welcomed to and comments are
> welcome. This is the first package I've done and was quite surprised at
> how easy it went :-) 
> 
> - --Rob
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I realize this is a small package, but if you could setup a Packages.gz kind
of thing, so apt can handle it for ppl, would make it alot easier to use
incase you update versions and stuff:)

Erik Bernhardson
journey@jps.net
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