undelete in FreeBSD?
Ross Kendall Axe
ross at axe.homelinux.net
Tue Jul 26 05:39:53 GMT 2005
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Glenn Dawson wrote:
> At 07:51 PM 7/25/2005, Xu Qiang wrote:
>> I am just wondering the only shortcoming of Unix clone, such as
>> FreeBSD, in contrast to M$ Windows, is the lack of a cyclin bin, from
>> which you can restore anything you have mis-deleted before.
>> Or, am I mis-informed on this issue?
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...
> If you're really worried about accidently deleting files, just make rm
> an alias to 'rm -i' or 'rm -I'
If he's worried about accidentally deleting files, he should use KDE or
Gnome. They both have a trash can/wastebasket/recycle bin.
>> Xu Qiang
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