undelete in FreeBSD?
Ross Kendall Axe
ross at axe.homelinux.net
Tue Jul 26 21:40:12 GMT 2005
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Glenn Dawson wrote:
> At 10:48 PM 7/25/2005, Xu Qiang wrote:
>> Ross Kendall Axe wrote:
>> > Yes. MS-Windows doesn't have anything Unix doesn't in this regard. I
>> > take it you're not familiar with the DOS/Windows 'del' command...
>> Hehe, this is a good analog I didn't think of. :)
>> > If he's worried about accidentally deleting files, he should use KDE
>> > or Gnome. They both have a trash can/wastebasket/recycle bin.
>> Now I just have X Window in my machine. Not as good-looking as Gnome
>> Can I install gnome without using ports? I want to install everything
> Are you a glutton for punishment?
> You can install it manually, I did it once...never again.
> Seriously though, there are so many dependencies that it takes forever
> to get everything set up manually. With ports you just do a make
> install clean and come back in a few hours (or days depending on how
> fast your machine is)
Yes, indeed. I've never tried it myself, but the fact that it's been
dropped from Slackware Linux for exactly this reason would seem to
suggest that this is *not* an exercise for the faint hearted.
>> Xu Qiang
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