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SubjectRe: Undelete files on ext3 ??
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> By the way, there used to be undelete tool for ext2. It created a list
> of deleted inodes with correct stat, but no names, only their inode
> numbers. You could then pick the corect inode and give it a name, thus
> bringing it back to life. Since ext3 is just ext2 with journal, I guess
> it might work. It existed as a standalone tool and integrated to
> midnight commander.
>
I think there must be some other differences between ext2 and ext3, I've
tryed e2undel and unrm, both made for ext2, and none of them found any
deleted inode.

I umonted immediately the drive, and nothing has been writen on it after
the rm *

Thanks for the comments !
I will keep searching !
Max
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