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How to get deleted files in Linux

Discussion in 'Linux' started by sharmila, Oct 10, 2006.

  1. sharmila

    sharmila New Member

    Hi all,
    In Linux,if we delete a file using 'rm' is there any way to get it back without using any 3rd party tools?

    Thanks in advance,
  2. sharmila

    sharmila New Member

    I got the answer..
    I used function..
    create a dir Trash and move all the deleted files into it.
    mv $1 ~/Trash/

  3. velumurugesan

    velumurugesan New Member

    please explain me
    i need to get back my all deleted files
  4. sharmila

    sharmila New Member

    Hi velumurugesan,
    I don't know how to get already deleted files.

  5. velumurugesan

    velumurugesan New Member

    ok sharmila,
    thanks for your reply
    are you interested in this Topic(Linux administration) further
  6. Svaths

    Svaths New Member

  7. fsakalos

    fsakalos New Member

    If you once delete it, you have no chance to get it back. You would need to make backups of that files.
  8. jhonstack

    jhonstack New Member

    Hi sharmila

    Yes you can recover it. There is a method to recover it.May be this method works for you can check it out this link
  9. sharmila

    sharmila New Member

    Hi Johnstack,
    Thanks for the responce. I didn't tried but it is very much informative..

  10. sharmila

    sharmila New Member

    Hi Svaths,
    The link which was mentioned here is not opening.. Will try to get the info using google.. Thanks for the reply.

  11. vinaykumar2004

    vinaykumar2004 New Member

    Thanx Sharmila, Ur reply was really helpful:)
  12. devil_aj

    devil_aj New Member

    how to recover a file without create a recycle bin or without modifying rm command

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