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Re: A new use for Linux



On Thu, 2007-07-19 at 12:53 -0600, Karl Larsen wrote:
> Marc wrote:
> > Well, regardless, I have done plenty of file recovery with Helix.
> > True, it may be designed for forensics but copying files off of disks
> > is part of forensic work.  There are a lot of other disks that do
> > similar stuff.  I like Helix though - it has served me well on several
> > projects so far.  To each his own.
> >
> > Marc
> >
> >
> >
> > On 7/19/07, Dave Ihnat <dihnat dminet com> wrote:
> >> On Thu, Jul 19, 2007 at 12:21:05PM -0400, Marc   wrote:
> >> > There are also linux distros like Helix which are designed to
> >> > facilitate file recovery.
> >>
> >> Ah...Helix isn't primarily for file recovery; it's for computer 
> >> forensics.
> >> You need to look at something like System Rescue CD or The Ultimate
> >> Boot CD for something targeted at manipulating/repairing/recovering 
> >> systems
> >> and/or data.
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> >
> You two are talking in Jargon new to me. I do not know how to get Helix 
> or what it is. I gather IT whatever it is will tell you about the sex 
> life of your computer. How do I get it and is there information on it's 
> use anywhere?
> 
> Karl

Wha?
My desk must be too close to the sun or something...

I can swear that in the last 2 or 3 days I've read a post by you where
you say you've been a linux user since Slak was still in diapers.

I'm not sure what's going on, but it's clear that one of us is really
confused.

Andy


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