Classical situation: I ran a bad rm and realized immediately afterwards that I had removed the wrong files. (Nothing critical and I had tolerably recent backups, but still annoying.) Knowing that ...
By mistake I ran rm * on the current directory where I created many c program files. I had been working on these since morning. Now I can't take out again the time that I spent since morning on ...
OS :-Suse Linux Enterprise 12.0 File System :- ext3 I hit rm -rf /home/, immediately I did Contol+C so the command got canceled but until that time I lost ~9GB of data from this /home dir. I don't ...
İn my desktop, i have a dir. called exam, and i wanted to remove it from the console and wrote rm * /exam, and apparently it removed some other files from my desktop. Please tell me that there is a ...
Possible Duplicate: How to recover a file just deleted How to undelete/restore the deleted files in ubuntu linux I ran $rm -rf on a machine by mistake. But it wasn't as a super-user, so ...
I accidentally executed rm /* while logged in as root in a remote Ubuntu Server and deleted pretty much all binaries and currently I can neither log in via ssh or ftp to restore the files (and hope ...
Are Shift+Delete and rm -rf different? Is it possible to recover deleted data after performing either of them?
I accidentally deleted a file from my laptop. I'm using Fedora. Is it possible to recover the file?