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SubjectRe: data from kernel.bkbits.net
On Sun, Nov 23, 2003 at 09:19:10PM -0800, Larry McVoy wrote:
>
> I've been trying to get all the data off the drives on the machine which
> was broken into. I have a feeling that whoever this was was hiding stuff
> in the file system because both drives will not fsck clean nor will they
> completely read.
>
> I've managed to get most of the data off but not all. Given that I've put
> about 3 days into this I'm pretty much done. If someone else wants to look
> at the drives I can make them available, let me know. But just reading the
> main drive makes the kernel (Fedora 1) kill the tar process as below (it
> also managed to wack the system enough that it overwrote the NVRAM with
> garbage). It hasn't been a fun weekend.

FYI, you can ignore the large SVN repos. They are easily rebuilt. I just
need the bkcvs2svn script in my home directory.

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