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    SubjectRe: undelete?
    Kurt Huwig wrote:
    > Indeed, this creates need for a 'de-fragmentation-tool' for Linux. I tried
    > defrag-0.6, but it simply crashed (I know that ext2 doesn't want to
    > fragment...)
    Last I tried to recompile defrag-0.6, it didn't like the vaguely-modern
    kernel includes...I think I sent the ext2 Lord High Guru and Fixer some
    email, but never got anything back. *shrug* Anyway, I didn't see a
    binary at the time, but the compile errors were about struct members
    that went away, so I'm not surprised that your binary fell to software
    rot...

    Keith

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