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Can you tell me a simple way of retrieving recently deleted files? Regards Phil Sweeney Superior Pest Management P.O Box 68 www.superiorpest.com.au [EMAIL PROTECTED] H.R.M.C NSW 2310 _______________________________________________
I guess, if you know what you're doing, you can go in with a disk editor, but not simple. And, like another message said, depends on if the inodes have been overwritten. And like the other post alluded to, there's no replacement for a good backup. That being said, I can tell you what I've done ever since I hosed /usr one day accidentally, while in a pissed off mood & not paying attention to the paths I was typing, & had to do a restore (luckily I had just done a full dump). I hate it & it's aggravating, but it's saved me several times from another restore, but in .bashrc I have: alias rm='rm -i' When you type rm "whatever", it'll ask you if you're sure. Be sure. :-) And backup regularly. Denny White Please do not CC me. Already subscribed to mailing list. GnuPG key : 0x1644E79A | http://wwwkeys.nl.pgp.net Fingerprint: D0A9 AD44 1F10 E09E 0E67 EC25 CB44 F2E5 1644 E79A -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v18.104.22.168 (OpenBSD) iD8DBQFEikpfy0Ty5RZE55oRAlO8AJ0ciXkefj+hCNGygp+kBgjBXD6XMwCfYu/f xvLiJSbzdaocg79HoDgpgNU= =PT9Y -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"