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Re: Re: Hi all

basically i would like to know,is possible to include this package in Redhat?
is there any review panel to submit ur tools so that they can be
released  in distribution...
what's the procedure to be followed?
Thx in advance.

On 26 Feb 2007 15:08:18 -0000, bimal  pandit
<bimal_pandit rediffmail com> wrote:

 Dear Laxmi,

 On Mon, 26 Feb 2007 laksmi pathi wrote :

 >Hi Beos,
 >It's true you can't recover files from ext3 since file address are
 >zeroed out  while deleting.
 >This tool is crash proof recovery tool.
 >You can the recover the files which are deleted only after it's
 >installation.The concept is, once you install the tool,It make backup
 >copy of  your files addresses.When you delete a file , it's address in
 >inode is deleted ...but we can access file from it's address which we
 >copied earlier-provided the content is not overwirtte-So it's like a
 >crash proof tool.
 >Hi Bruno Wolff ,
 >Yes it's always  better to take regular backup-
 >and fellow developers in freshmeat tested and rated this tool,
 >i assume they are quite satisfied with the tool.
 >Please check out :
 >Warm Regards,
 >On 2/25/07, Bruno Wolff III <bruno wolff to> wrote:
 >>On Sat, Feb 24, 2007 at 22:19:02 -0800,
 >>  "..:::BeOS Mr. X:::.." <mr _x shaw ca> wrote:
 >> > Yes, but I always here that recover from ext3 is not possible...
 >> > possibly explain some of the technology ? I have interest in using the
 >> > program if I can in fact figure out how to use it. I accidently
 >> > deleted a music folder with many mp3 files in it.
 >>You are probably better off regularly making backups rather than beta
 >>This software.

 great job, will test it and would be keen to help and support you to the
extent and the way I could be ...


 Bimal Pandit

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