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SubjectRe: Undelete files on ext3 ??
On Tue, Jan 07, 2003 at 11:30:27AM +0000, John Bradford wrote:
> > > There is no simple way, no.
> > What about IDE Taskfile access, it's help says something like it's the
> > crown jewel of hard drive forensics.
>
> What *is* IDE Taskfile access exactly?
>
> I assumed it was a way of accessing a list of queued commands in the
> device that had not been processed yet.

An alternate low-levelish protocol to communicate
with IDE devices. In the present "Subject:" scope,
it is way below of what filesystems do.

The "ext2 undelete" tool might help, as filesystem
layout of EXT3 is identical to that of EXT2.

> John.

/Matti Aarnio
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