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Re: Re: Hi all



Dear Laxmi, 


On Mon, 26 Feb 2007 laksmi pathi wrote :
>Hi Beos,
>It's true you can't recover files from ext3 since file address are
>zeroed out  while deleting.
>This tool is crash proof recovery tool.
>You can the recover the files which are deleted only after it's
>installation.The concept is, once you install the tool,It make backup
>copy of  your files addresses.When you delete a file , it's address in
>inode is deleted ...but we can access file from it's address which we
>copied earlier-provided the content is not overwirtte-So it's like a
>crash proof tool.
>Hi Bruno Wolff ,
>Yes it's always  better to take regular backup-
>and fellow developers in freshmeat tested and rated this tool,
>i assume they are quite satisfied with the tool.
>Please check out :
>http://freshmeat.net/projects/giis/
>
>Warm Regards,
>Lakshmipathi.G
>
>
>
>
>On 2/25/07, Bruno Wolff III <bruno wolff to> wrote:
>>On Sat, Feb 24, 2007 at 22:19:02 -0800,
>>  "..:::BeOS Mr. X:::.." <mr _x shaw ca> wrote:
>> > Yes, but I always here that recover from ext3 is not possible...
>> > possibly explain some of the technology ? I have interest in using the
>> > program if I can in fact figure out how to use it. I accidently recently
>> > deleted a music folder with many mp3 files in it.
>>
>>You are probably better off regularly making backups rather than beta testing
>>This software.
>>
>

great job, will test it and would be keen to help and support you to the extent and the way I could be ...

regards,

Bimal Pandit




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