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unrm

unrm is a small shell utility which can, under some circumstances, recover almost 99% of your erased data (similar to DOS's undelete). Read carefully the FAQ file and preferably the Linux Ext2fs Undeletion Mini-HOWTO before using it.

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  •  14 Mar 2001 06:03

Release Notes: A fix for a bug that allowed only 6 digits inode numbers to be dumped, and a few variables containing the commonly-used program locations (mount, debugfs).

  •  30 Jan 2001 06:14

    Release Notes: For more accuracy, this release searches for your data among all the erased data in that day.

    •  30 Jan 2001 06:14

      Release Notes: Numerous bugfixes and cosmetic changes have been added. The command-line support has been enhanced and a man page was added.

      •  30 Jan 2001 06:14

        Release Notes: Some bugfixes.

        RSS Recent comments

        22 Sep 2001 06:31 chengfu Thumbs up

        Great tool!
        I just discovered this after accidently deleting all my mail from the past two years. This tool restored most of the data in just a few minutes!

        Would be even cooler if it had the ability to restore filenames and directories...

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