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For temporary testing, you don’t actually need to export the environment variables before running the command or program whose behaviour you want to test. If, for example, you want to see how dates are displayed in different locales you could run the following: $ LC_ALL=en_US.utf8 date +%x 07/03/2014 $ LC_ALL=en_GB.utf8 date +%x 03/07/14 For the above ...


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Well thanks @krowe. I'm on laptop so can't really use different hard drives. And this particular case was due to misleading information in the installation of Mint 17. Any way I have found a way to recover all the files i need and will drop a line here what is it all about. So first i found a live linux usb and start working from it so not to write any ...


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You need to give up on the idea of getting 99% of the data back because most of it is already gone. There are tools that can help in this situation though. I've only done this a few times because it is usually not worth the effort but you may be able to get some of the data back using one of the MANY undelete tools out there. Here is a list of some of them: ...



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