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fsgrab was originally part of the same author's fsgrab package, which is no longer maintained.
See also the Linux Ext2fs-Undeletion mini-HOWTO which can be found on http://pobox.com/~aaronc/tech/e2-undel/ any Linux Documentation Project mirror.
e2recover -- tools to help recover deleted files from ext2 file systems Aaron Crane <email@example.com> Installation ============ The package uses GNU Autoconf and GNU Automake to manage the build process. As for all such packages, simply type: ./configure make make install to configure, build and install the program and its manpage. Also try ./configure --help to get usage more»
E2RECOVER(1) Local Software E2RECOVER(1) NAME e2recover - attempt to recover deleted files on ext2 file systems SYNOPSIS e2recover [options]... [lsdel-files]... DESCRIPTION e2recover attempts to recover deleted files from an ext2 file system, using the output (in lsdel-files) from the `lsdel' command in debugfs(1 more»
FSGRAB(1) Local Software FSGRAB(1) NAME fsgrab - grab contiguous data from a file or device SYNOPSIS fsgrab [options]... [device] DESCRIPTION fsgrab seeks into a file (normally a block device file), and copies blocks from the appropriate point in that file to standard output. The device defaults to /dev/hda1 if no more»
E2recover was originally written by Aaron Crane <firstname.lastname@example.org>. The following people provided i more»
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