General :: NTFS File Sytem Recovery After Mke2fs?

Sep 17, 2010

By mistake I did mke2fs to my Windows NTFS ParticionTo my understanding It has Modified the inodes only,Can I recover somehow the NTFS inodes?, I lost everything and I know the things are there.I've tryed particion recover, but that's not the problem, the particion is there, and it's NTFS, but the filesystem isnt

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Ubuntu :: Rm -r File Recovery On Ntfs Partition?

Jan 29, 2010

I was copying a bunch of files between hard drives. For some reason I have permissions issues, but I was able to copy the data using cp in the terminal (I know I can sort out permissions, but that's something for another thread).So, I start copying files just fine, but cp doesn't have any sort of progress indication. So, I started up another two terminal windows, cd'd to the source and destination folders, and ls -l'd each to compare the folders.

At this point, I realised that I'd forgot to add -r to the cp command, so cancelled it. I decided it'd be better to start again and add -r in, and repeat the command. So, I went to the folder, went up a level, then rm -r'd the folder I was just in. It wasn't until I'd gone through with the command that I realised I was actually in the source folderSo, putting aside all the obvious things like 'You dope, you shouldn't have been messing around with rm -r, let alone sudo' and 'With great power comes great responsibility' and 'This never would have happened if you'd just sorted out your missions and usedNautilus', is there any way I can recover the data? I know it's possible in ext2, but not in ext3, but it's on an NTFS partition. Is it possible to recover files from this

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General :: Data Recovery From External NTFS Disc?

Mar 19, 2011

I'm using Ubuntu 10.04 and am trying to use it to recover data from a failed External HDD (NTFS).

The drive failed with an accompanying smell of electric burning and subsequently was not recognised by Windows. It would recognice the enclosure, but told me that the drive had to be reformatted.

I removed the drive from the external enclosure and hooked it up to my PC with a power cable and USB to SATA connector. I can mount the drive in Ubuntu (eventually) and I've learned enough about BASH to navigate through the files on the drive.

Those that I can access I am able to copy across to my internal drive (VERY slowly, but it does do it) but a lot of the directories show up with an Input/output Error when I run the ls -l command.

Is there any way for me to be able to access these files or to recover them? Should I be trying a different technique rather than just attempting to access and copy the files?

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General :: Mke2fs Command Not Working On Mandriva 2010?

Mar 3, 2010

i have mandriva 2010 but i want to create ext3 file system. so i am using mke2fs command in terminal. but "command not found" such message is coming. how to solve this problem

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Security :: NTFS Data Recovery From Ubuntu Live CD?

Dec 6, 2010

I have a windows install that is totally hosed, bluescreens, etc. I want to try to force mount it from Ubuntu to get whatever data I can, but it won't allow me to mount. It keeps telling me to run chkdsk /f and reboot twice. But that's not possible. I was wondering if there are any ntfs tools for Ubuntu or any data recovery tools I can use to get what I can from this drive.

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Ubuntu :: Data Recovery From Windows NTFS Drive?

May 5, 2010

The other day one of my hard drives on my windows system decided to stop working. Not entirely sure what happened, but it seemed that it just erased its partition header, although I wasn't able to recover it.

Anyway, I successfully got an image of the drive using GNU_ddrescue (yay!), and I'm currently salvaging what CAN be salvaged with foremost.

way to get EVERYTHING off of the drive? I mean, it seems that it's all intact (since foremost is finding so much stuff).

I've tried mounting the partition, but it's not working. (I'd post the output from the terminal, but the forum thinks there is/are URL(s) in it....)

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General :: Recovery Of Overwritten File?

Nov 16, 2010

Is there any way to recover an overwritten linux file? I uncompresed a tar file which overwrote some of my files. I read somewhere you can umount your home directory.

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Fedora :: Data Recovery Tools Experience \ Want To Convert The 130GB NTFS To Ext4?

Jul 12, 2011

i 've been using fedora 14,15 for like few months and i still have a 4GB NTFS partition win XP pro.i have installed fedora in about like 20gb for root and home ext4.i rarely use win xp nowadays (once in a week) considering i was using windows for like years.i have a commondata partition of about 130GB NTFS.i now dont want to use the windows and i want to convert the 130GB NTFS to ext4, but i am worried that if somehow at some point i crash my partition tables and i was using ext4 i wouldn't be able to recover the data as easily as i would in a windows.i want to know whether there is a reliable ext4 data recovery tool for fedora?igoogled and i found this link .. if any of you guys have used these tools can you share the experiences ?Mondo RescueTestDisk safecopy PhotoRecddrescue

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General :: Deleted File / Folder Recovery

Feb 19, 2011

I have just accidentally deleted some files and a folder.Is there anyway I can recover them.

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General :: File Recovery From A Failed Operating System?

Oct 27, 2010

The configuration default in Gnome power manager has changed and now I can't access anything but, the log in menu. I made a post about it but, no reply. Now I ask anyone if there is a way I can retrieve my files or fix the power manager config files.I tried to reinstal ubunto but, it only alow me to installed on another partition and booth on either one. I don't think that will work. I tried to use ubunto on a stick but, it does not accept me signing in with the same password (too short). I would apreciate any suggestions to get my files back. Compiuter is a laptop HP MINI 210-1054TU software ubunto 10.4 latest

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Server :: Mke2fs Says - Bad Blocks Count ?

Aug 17, 2011

I attached a virtual hard disk to one of my Linux boxes.

And after running creating partition on the new disk, I ran the following command:

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While executing that command, it says as below and quits:

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FYI,the output of fdisk is as below:

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Why is this mke2fs reporting such and is not able to create file system ?

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General :: Develop File Recovery Software Of Operating System

Mar 13, 2009

I want to develop file recovery software of linux operating system guide me how it will possible or how i should start.

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General :: Cannot Access USB Ntfs File System

Feb 1, 2010

I have reinstalled my centOS linux in my laptop.

I have installed ntfs-3g by yum install fuse fuse-ntfs-3g recommended from :[url]

I have mount it to my window ntfs system and setup

Now I am able to access window ntfs system.

HOWEVER, I could not access to USB NTFS system. May I know why?

It gave me: The volumn "Expansion Drive" uses the ntfs file system which is not supported by your system

The USB drive is FreeAgent (500G). I have partitioned it to 3 parts. 1 part is ntfs. The other two is ext3. I can access ext3 smoothly.

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General :: Mount Ntfs File System?

Feb 17, 2010

how can i mount ntfs file system in linux

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General :: Mounting NTFS File System ?

Apr 25, 2011

I have Debian Squeeze installed. I have 3 different HDDs, one of them is SATA, the other 2 are IDE, on one of which I have the distro installed.

How do I mount the other 2 partitions? I see them in "Places" but when I click on them I get an error message "Unable to Mount <The name of the volume> Can not get volume.fstype.alternative".

I can see both volumes in /dev/ntfs. I tried doing

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Dec 7, 2010

I just installed Ubuntu about 3 days ago and all has been working well and I'm learning to use it more effectively every day. The reason i installed Ubuntu was because I discovered that people i thought were close to me were remotely SPYING ON ME through my computer.Apparently they had access to all my documents And could even hear and see me through my Mic And Web cam.I was using windows 7 with avg anti virus and windows firewall. I would like to be able to use my computer(with they Internet) without having to worry about people stalking me.I would like for it to be practically impossible for these scumbags to get anywhere close to my privacy. I have a router which i connect to with wifi and I'm running the latest version of ubuntu.

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May 31, 2011

i need to mount at least for read access NTFS-based partition image on linux from a file. File is binary copy of a partition. Is there any libraries or resources for this?

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Sep 26, 2010

I just created a NTFS image file using the following steps:

After this i want to access the contents of this image file in windows. How to do that ?

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General :: Change File Permissions Of NTFS Drives?

Apr 10, 2011

any way to change file permissions of NTFS drives? All my C programming files resides in a NTFS drive and I need to set execute permision on them in order to run. I tired chmod -Rv 777 /media/Programming. and also tired chmod 775 *.* after entering the folder in which all my files resides. but both these commands doesn't seem to have any effect on the files. I know NTFS doesn't use Unix file system and chmod command goes in vain.

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General :: Make A File System Like Ntfs Like RHEL5.0 ?

Apr 7, 2010

How to make a file system like ntfs in linux like RHEL5.0 ?

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General :: Change File Permissions In Windows Ntfs Partition?

Mar 2, 2011

Here is my fstab's content:

/dev/sda7/media/entfsdefaults00
/dev/sda8/media/fntfs-3g silent,umask=00000
[root@localhost code]# ll 2
-rwxrwxrwx. 1 root root 0 Mar 2 20:19 2

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General :: Restore Files From An Ext3 File System Formatted With NTFS?

Oct 1, 2009

There were some files residing on my ext3 file system, using Ubuntu as my linux distribution. Yesterday I formatted the hard drive using a windows install CD, rewriting it with a new NTFS partition. I'm willing to restore my personal files deleted due to this format.

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General :: Mount NTFS Partition Deeper In File System With Fstab?

Mar 15, 2010

I'm dual booting with Windows 7 and would like to have my windows 7 user folder mount when I boot.

After some looking around I edited /etc/fstab to add the following line:

This works. But it mounts the windows partition from the root level. I'd like to just mount C:UsersFHSM (/Users/FSHM) to /mnt/windows.

I'm trying to get it so that when I click on the windows drive I get my windows user folder instead of having to click through from C: to get to it.

I'm the only user on this system but if I created a second windows user would my home folder mount for that person too or does setting the user ID prevent that from happening?

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Mar 13, 2011

i wanted to remove the unneeded packages from my system. i was being told from the #suse irc to use zypper rm -u PACKAGE_NAME. And it worked. The point is that i want some tool to do this job but for all the packages in my system..is there something else except rmporphan?

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Ubuntu :: After Booting Up The Computer It Says Operating Sytem Not Found?

Mar 17, 2011

after booting up the computer it says operating sytem not found.result of fdisk:

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ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ sudo fdisk -l
Disk /dev/sda: 120.0 GB, 120034123776 bytes

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Jan 17, 2010

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Jun 28, 2010

Have linux 8.04 & acx111 wireless pci. Sytem sees the card but will not connect to network

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Mar 6, 2010

I want to enable Advanced NTFS-3G support (permissions and users) automatically from the fstab entry.

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General :: Enable NTFS Compression Using Paragon NTFS 8.1 Enterprise?

Apr 14, 2011

I am wondering if anyone knows how to enable NTFS compression using Paragon NTFS 8.1 Enterprise?

The Professional version comes with a utility mkntfs which allows you to set compression as default for all files, but the Enterprise version is apparently meant to be 'fully featured' and support compression, so how do I enable compression on a drive/folder/file?

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Sep 1, 2010

I'm new to Ubuntu, downloaded the version to run on the same PC as windows XP. Sytem starts straight to XP, never gives the option to start in Ubuntu.

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