Debian :: Rar Password Recovery Tool

May 12, 2010

I've forgotten the password of one my rar file. Knows someone a rar password recovery tool for debian?

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General :: Windows User Password Forgot - System Recovery Tool?

Sep 25, 2010

I have a friend that tried to change her user password on Windows, and now can't log in to her account. Of course it's the only user account on the computer. Are there system recovery tools on any Linux liveCDs that could change the passwords of Windows user account?

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Debian :: Recovery Or Reset Of Login And Password?

Jan 27, 2011

I have inherited a Compaq Armada 1592DMT that has Debian GNU/Linux (tiny) on its hard drive. After bootup there is a dialog box asking for login & password. Two things I have no way of answering. So how do I recover them? I do not have the faintest idea how Debian Linux works, nor how to Bash Grubs, I'm just an old Windows button pusher.

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Ubuntu :: Use Foremost Data Recovery Tool?

Apr 5, 2011

I'm trying to learn how to use foremost, a data recovery tool. I thought a nice place to start would be by attempting to recover a file from a test image. The foremost website links to this site which has a FAT Undelete Test #1 challenge. The challenge is to recover files from a 6 MB FAT disk image. I tried running this command. foremost -t all -i /home/<user>/Desktop/6mb.img -o /home/<user>/Desktop/output but all I got was a folder with an audit.txt file in it.

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General :: Finding A Free Data Recovery Tool

Jan 25, 2010

I deleted files on my linux drive that I shouldn't have. What is a good tool to use to recover these files that will:

Recover the various file types (txt, php etc)
Recover it as the original files names

TestDisk and PhotoRec almost do the trick, but the original filenames are not restored.

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Ubuntu :: Recovery Tool Which Recovers Both File And The Filename?

Jun 23, 2011

I accidentally deleted my drive, which was an ext4 filesystem. I had lot of .php files in that drive.I created again an ext4 filesystem from that deleted partition. When i used photorec ,it recovered lot of files without the filenames. better recovery tool which recovers both file and the filename?

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Ubuntu :: Running Recovery Tool - Cannot Boot Into Safe Mode

Nov 20, 2010

My friend asked me to look at their laptop as it was not booting up. I checked it and found that you could not even boot into safe mode. I have used a windows boot disk to try and sort any issues but this has not worked. The problem is he never made the recovery disks by the manufacturer so I cant reinstall windows. I can access all the files on the hard drive when running Ubuntu. So what I need to know is it possible to run the manufacturers program to make the recovery disks from Ubuntu.

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Ubuntu :: Use Scalpel, File Recovery Tool, To Get Lost Mysql Files?

May 30, 2011

As it says in the title I need to use the scalpel file recovery tool, or something similar to be able to recover a lost mysql storage folder.. The system crashed, and I really need these files as fast as possible. So I would love any help I could get.I have been searching in different search engines (including this forum) for an answer to my question, but I can't seem to find it.How can I configure scalpel, or any other similar application to be able to recover my mysql /var/lib/mysql storage directory. I really need these files... And.. I know, I should have taken backup

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Ubuntu :: Password Recovery - Evolution ?

May 20, 2010

My wife uses Evolution e-mail on her machine. Tonight she tried to e-mail me a file but was unsuccessful. She was repeatedly asked for her SMTP password which she has forgotten. several tries using various "obvious" PWs failed. How can I recover her Evolution password?

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General :: Asking For Password In Recovery Mode

Sep 15, 2010

I logged in recovery mode via grub, it shows several options: like, resume normal boot

When I enter the resume normal boot it shows something like this:

xxx login:


And I entered my root password which I need for the command "sudo -i". But it shows incorrect password, why is it so?

Same thing happens with dpkg option also? Why is it so, I dont have any other passwords for my machine?

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Security :: Wireless Password Recovery ?

Jan 12, 2010

Using linux is there any tools by which we can recover the wireless password. in fact, we write somewhere and we lost it. if we reset we will lose all setting and take longer time to configure it.

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Ubuntu :: Forgot Password - Can't Get Into Recovery Console

Dec 22, 2010

I have seen a hundred post to just boot into the Recovery console and reset the users password, but when I do it asks for a password before I can do anything. I know there are Windows Password hack utilities, are there any for Linux/Ubuntu? Any other options? Can I use a live cd to access the config file or something?

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General :: Asus Eeepc - Password Recovery

Jul 28, 2010

I take it home turns out its a eee pc asus with linux. there isnt even a cd drive on this computer, i am currently using my wife's computer trying to learn about linux, never used this OS before, I know nothing past the general windows xp user. well i start it up and there is a username and password, how do i reset this password? i read all about this GRUB and command prompts but i dunno even know how to get to command promts, and i dont know anyone smart. and i cant use a password recovery disc cause there is no cd rom.

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General :: Need To Repair Grub After Password Recovery?

Jul 20, 2011

I have forget the root password of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5. Please tell me how to recover it from the other linux account of the same version. I also want to know that after setting the new password did I have to repair the grub or grub will be as usual.

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General :: Root Password Recovery - Suse 10.2.1

Sep 1, 2010

Short version:

Ex employee logged into to box and changed the root password, trued to start in single user mode, but not coming right

Long version:

Tried changing the directories to /usr/bin and /sbin but didn't work either.

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SUSE / Novell :: Recovery Of Root Password ?

Jan 21, 2010

When accessing terminal; it keeps asking me for my root do I find it? I don't remember it; all the passwords that I thought were the right ones did not work. When I typed password after root password, nothing showed as I typed.

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Fedora :: Boot To Grub And Recovery Root Password

Jul 29, 2009

I am new to Fedora. I know my top probably already been posted somewhere but I just could not find it. I just installed Fedora 11. But my root password does not work (I guess was my fault to type wrong in the first place or some type of short term memory lost). I looked at the root password recovery procedure which involves select single user at GRUB page when booting. But for some reasons, Fedora 11 does not boot into GRUB. I tried Alt+CTRL+F1, F1 or Shift, none of those gives me Grub screen.

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Ubuntu Security :: Adding A Recovery Mode Password?

May 13, 2010

I recently installed Ubuntu and noticed when I load 'Recovery Mode' from Grub, I am not asked for a password. Since you can change the login password from there, is there a way to add a password to this?

I would like to be prompted for a password before the recovery mode starts.

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Ubuntu :: Password Not Accepted And Recovery Console Is Dead

Aug 16, 2010

Yes thats right. Last night I changed my logon password for better security. (have a feeling my flatmate knows it). When I tried to log in today, it wouldn't accept my password. No I know that I got it correct. I know this for a fact. So after a few tries, I decided stuff this, I am going to reset it using recovery console. But the recovery console just hangs with the following on the screen:

[4.1098198] Console: switching to colour frame buffer device 100x30

I can ctrl+alt f2, and I just get a flashing cursor. So that's it then. My ubuntu box is hosed and I am about twenty minutes away from formatting and starting again. 6 months of schoolwork, designs for architectural competitions etc all gone.

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Ubuntu :: Recovery Of Lost Login ID/Password Or Alternative?

Nov 24, 2010

I'll start by admitting I'm bad at backing things up. My situation is that I have a desktop that was in storage for a year, and I don't have the login name or password anymore. Is there anyway to get around this roadblock, say by upgrading? I'd really like to save the files on the HD.If I can boot up in protected mode and login as root,it seems that I should be able to change the login and pwd.

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General :: Password Recovery For Installing Software (Read Only)

May 6, 2011

I'm using suse linux. Its new one to me. Without using any password I am using this linux. If I want to install a software it shows that the software is read only. I was used the guide to install the software but it ask me that to give password in terminal. If I enter in to account setting to create a new password. It asked the old password. Without the password the system was booting. How can I set the password?

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General :: Windows Vista Password Recovery Using Knoppix?

Jun 6, 2010

I am new to knoppix. I actually have never used it. I was under the impression that I could change or recover my password on Windows Vista. I only have one user and it is the administrator. I am not exactly sure why it is no longer working. It is on a laptop and I have let others use it at times. don't know if someone may have changed when it was open at work or something. Every time I boot up and my user account comes up. I put in my password and it looks like it will log on but then comes back and says wrong password. I did see a way to do it with Windows 2000, and XP. Will that also work with Vista?

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General :: Want Best Password Management Tool

Jul 28, 2009

I have my firm implemented unix server with KeePass Password Safe. Just want to know how effective is it?

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Ubuntu Security :: Turn Off The Password Recovery For User Account?

Nov 12, 2010

I remember my password very well and have no need of password recovery. Everywhere I look it's how to recover and I don't want that. The kind where you boot into root recovery console to change the password.

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OpenSUSE :: Windows Password Reset Tool?

Jul 4, 2011

every now and then, one of my customers forgets his windows user password, and asks me to reset it. till now i used a small windows app called "Password Renew for NT" from a windows PE bootdisk, but i want to have an alternative that runs on my opensuse 11.4 box, so i can connect the windows hard drive on it and reset the password from suse.

I found and the program "chntpw" in the build service, but it seems on beta status. And most information i found of it is very outdated. Has anyone used it? does it work ok on all modern windows versions (xp, vista and 7)? any other alternatives you can recomend?

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Ubuntu Security :: Forgot Password - Keyboard Not Working In Recovery Mode

Jan 21, 2010

I forgot my new password. I followed the guide on how to recover the password but in recovery mode my keyboard doesn't work, I have tried a usb and a ps2 keyboard. What is going on? Or is there another way to reset my password?

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Ubuntu :: Recovery Mode In Grub - Can Change Password Of Every User By Logging In As Root

Mar 25, 2010

I just tried ubuntu 9.10 in recovery mode i came to know that i can change root passwd without knowing the password then i can change password of every user by logging in as root

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Ubuntu :: Recovery Menu (in Recovery Mode) Does Not Work?

Aug 18, 2010

I've got a, as it seems to me, strange problem.I've inadvertently deleted my user from the group admin so I'm in the same situation of a lot of other users (read a lot of messages about it).My problem is that when restarted in recovery mode there is no way I can choose the 'drop to the root shell' or similar in the menu.The menu appears for a second and then I've got an empty screen. If I press a key I've been requested for a username and password that of course is not what I need.

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Debian :: Install A New Kernel From Recovery Mode?

Nov 16, 2010

After a large update of software I can nolonger open Squeeze. I get past the grub screen however before the gdm starts up the screen goes blank and stays that way. I have only one kernel showing on the grub screen.

I tried in Recovery Mode: Ctrl+Alt +F keys with effect and startx returns a blank screen, this is why I though to try loading another kernel to see if that helps. I'm using a Acer Laptop.

My question is: Is it possible while in Recovery Mode to load/install another kernel os that when I get back to the grub screen I have another kernel to try to boot into?

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Debian :: HDD Data Recovery After Clean Install?

Jul 27, 2011

I have just upgraded my lenny box to squeeze. I did it by clean-installing squeeze. The installation was successful, but I just noticed that I had forgotten to backup some important files I had on this machine before the installation...

Now, is there any way to recover those files?

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