CARTER Anthony a.carter at cordis.lu
Fri Apr 25 02:33:02 PDT 2003

I think, although I am not sure, that this calls for your backups...You do 
have backups, don't you?

I have no idea of the actual functionality of rm -rf, but someone may be able 
to (I am not that technically aware) or restoring an older inode table, but 
this is low-level debugging stuff...I am not even sure it will work, or if it 
is indeed the inode table (there is also superblock...)...

Sorry I can't help more than that...

Best Regards,
Anthony Carter

On Friday 25 April 2003 10:45, Ülkü SAYILAN wrote:
> Hi..
> I have delete accidently my files that is in oen directory with this
> command...
> rm  -rf  ?*
> but I have to recover it... because a lots of document lost...
> I can I do for recovering?
>  "Her development, her freedom, her independence, must come from and
> through herself. First, by asserting herself as a personality, and not as a
> sex commodity. Second, by refusing the right of anyone over her body; by
> refusing to bear children, unless she wants them, by refusing to be a
> servant to God, the State, society, the husband, the family, etc., by
> making her life simpler, but deeper and richer. That is, by trying to learn
> the meaning and substance of life in all its complexities; by freeing
> herself from the fear of public opinion and public condemnation." [Emma
> Goldman, Anarchism and Other Essays, p. 211]
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