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Are there any secure UNIX tools to recover data, that was removed with rm, from a USB flash drive? Yes and, by the way, recovery of photos is one of the most common scenarios. The conditions you described are actually optimal because: you directly deleted the files the file system is not damaged you did not use the drive anymore These conditions lead ...


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It may be too late already, but the first thing you should do when you notice hard drive failure, or data loss is to make an image of the failed hard drive using ddrescue. Playing around with fsck or parted has the potential to make things worse. That being said, if the data you've lost is mission-critical, you may want to call in a professional to help you ...


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There's no redundancy in raid0, so whatever you have overwritten is gone.


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If this is a normal external harddrive, remove it from the case and connect it using SATA. This will help both if the USB bridge chip is damaged (because you then won't use it) but also when the problem lies with the drive itself: many USB bridge chips handle failing harddrives badly (for example often drive read timeouts lead to the entire USB device ...


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root@root:/media/eluhuj/_/lost+found# for file in $(cat /root/list.dir | awk -F ' ' '{print " " $1}' | sed "s/://g" | sed 's/#/\\#/g'); do echo $cmd $file; done > lost.sh root@root:/media/eluhuj/_/lost+found# cat lost.sh #! /bin/bash set -v sudo ls -lRas \#11272193 sudo ls -lRas \#12582913 sudo ls -lRas \#1310721 sudo ls -lRas \#14680065 sudo ls -lRas ...



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