urgent: I just rm-r a directory
vesselinpeev at hotmail.com
Mon Aug 7 13:35:09 UTC 2006
See also the recent discussion "remind me ... (file undelete on FreeBSD
. Note the mentioned locations and tools, "ports/sysutils/autopsy",
"sleuthkit", "unrm" and "lazarus".
>From: Ian Lord <mailing-lists at msdi.ca>
>To: freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
>Subject: Re: urgent: I just rm-r a directory
>Date: Mon, 07 Aug 2006 08:44:48 -0400
>Thanks to all how had replyed to me :)
>I'm from a dos/windows world so I was hoping for an "undelete utility" On
>fat partitions data is not deleted, it's just flag as deleted, so I though
>it was the same for freebsd.
>Seems like I'll have to call the company that store our tapes offsite to
>Thanks to all
>At 20:34 2006-08-06, jan gestre wrote:
>>On 8/7/06, Ian Lord <mailing-lists at msdi.ca> wrote:
>>>I did a rm-r by mistake on a directory... any way to recover ?
>>>Help please :(
>>if you don't have back ups of the directory concerned, i'm sorry to inform
>>you that you won't be able to recover it. a word of advise, at least make
>>the rm with -i switch to make it interactive, that way it will ask you
>>before deleting, good thing though it's not your "/" you deleted :D
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