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C++ Programmer with a strong background in audio processing and music information retrieval.

Strong interest in functional programming and programming languages in general.

Currently employed in the telecomunications industry.

My Github page: https://github.com/LiKao


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accepted File not found for file which is there
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comment File not found for file which is there
@Marco: yes, the partition is mounted just fine. Other binaries on the same partition can be executed without any trouble.
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comment How to restore a Fat32 filesystem under Linux
@Gilles: I thought so too. I opened a bug report for Gentoo and it is currently being investigated. The files seem gone though, even with TestDisk and PhotoRec (but I could repair some of them).
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comment How to restore a Fat32 filesystem under Linux
Yes, I have made a backup with the command above. PhotoRec also seems very usable. I just found TestDisk and PhotoRec on some other posting online and will try around now, to see how useable they are for this.
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