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Re: mv to /tmp = baby's birthday jpg's lost.



perhaps the mc command can help, look at the man page.


On Tue, 7 May 2002, Ignacio Valdes wrote:

> Hello all,
>
> Yesterday I moved using the mv command in Redhat 7.2 ext3 file system to
> move to /tmp  my /mnt/win98/"My Pictures" directory to tmp.  The command
> executed normally, and I actually verified that the subdir was created
> in /tmp and the files were there in /tmp/"My Pictures"
>
> I was doing this to temporarily free space on my vfat windows 98
> partition. When I went to move the pictures back today, after shutting
> the system down last night ALL of the subdirectories and pictures except
> the last one in the list 'Unfiled photos' were GONE.  The same thing
> occurred with "My Music" using the same operation.  "My Music" is there,
> as well as the last subdir, but nothing else is. All of "My Music" is
> restorable from CD, most of the pictures are on CD with the exception of
> my baby's 1st birthday which was two weeks ago and had not been backed
> up yet. They are jpg's with codes like: p3180010.jpg
>
> I sure would like to have these pictures back as they were the only ones
> taken of his 1st birthday. Can anyone help?
>
> -- IV
>
>
>
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