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ext3undel: Recover deleted files on ext3

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ext3undel is a wrapper program bringing together two recovery approaches...
The rm command can be a powerful tool for deleting data -- until you delete the wrong files or directories. Thankfully, the ext3undel utility can recover accidently removed data on ext3 filesystems. Users can recover a specific file by name, or they can restore all files marked as deleted (though the filenames won't be recovers, so they will have to look at the contents of the files to identify them).
 read more | mail this link | score:7879 | -Ray, July 11, 2008
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