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 :: 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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Mar 22, 2011

My server crashed due to a HDD failure, but luckily I could somehow retrieve all the files from the HDD and made an .image using dd on my workstation. Now my question is there someway to retrieve mySQL databases from these files? I hosted about 25 sites and I'm really not to into making them again from 0.

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Ubuntu :: Cannot Access /ect/scalpel/scalpel.conf?

Jun 18, 2011

Why does the following command tell me that the scalpel.conf file doesn't exist ? I know it is there; I can navigate there through the GUI.

testuser@ubuntu:~$ ls -l /ect/scalpel/scalpel.conf ls: cannot access /ect/scalpel/scalpel.conf: No such file or directory testuser@ubuntu:~$

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Ubuntu :: Cannot Delete Files Created By Scalpel

Nov 23, 2010

I ran Scalpel to retrieve some files from an old HDD, what I didn't realise is how much larger the output from Scalpel is than the original disk space.

So what happened is at about 5% of files carved (pass 2/2) my disk space was full and the program aborted.

Then when I rebooted Ubuntu I can't get in unless using Recovery Mode.

I think this is because there is no disk space left. The error I get is to do with Gnome Power Manager not being configured, I never had this error before.

So I went into CLI prompt and performed 'find -maxdepth 2 | grep *.mpg' and I can see a tonne of mpg directores called ./~/mpg-1-6, ./~/mpg-1-7, etc, and they all have lots of files.

Now I have no way of deleting these, I tried using 'sudo rmdir */*mpg' and it cannot find the directory.

When I go to my home folder and 'sudo ls -al' these aren't listed.

The only way I can see them is using the 'find' command.

Can I chain the find command with a delete command somehow?

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Ubuntu :: Recover Deleted Files - Difference Between Foremost And Scalpel

Apr 29, 2010

How can I recover My deleted files in ubuntu? What's the difference between "foremost" and "scalpel"? And is there any other program(or package?) For this purpose in ubuntu? I am running ubuntu 9.10

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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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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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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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Software :: A Tool For Extracting File Names From *.torrent Files?

May 24, 2011

I need to know file names in torrent without opening torrent client. Know and extract for further actions.

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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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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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Ubuntu Installation :: Recovery Old Partition! Lost All Work?

Apr 30, 2010

This morning, i want to install ubuntu 9.10 and want to upgrade to 10.04. Im using live CD and while install, i go to advance partition and resize the windows partition and after i resize the partition i saw my windows partition has lost.Here the details:Windows XP size: 80gb and free size 35gbi want to use my ubuntu size around 10gb, after i resize to 10gb and format etx4 as root my windows partition has gone. how to recovery and revert my windows partition back?

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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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Ubuntu :: Kate Crashed On File Save / All Files Created During Session Lost

Jan 24, 2010

I'm running Karmic 64-bit and Kate 3.3.90.I have been splitting up a very large (16,000 lines) text file by copy/pasting bits of it into smaller files. I had about 40 of these smaller files loaded into a session along with the large file. About 20 were from a previous day of editing and about 20 had been added (and saved) today.

I tried to save the file I currently had open and Kate crashed. I didn't think it was that big a deal until I reopened Kate and all of the files I had added today were gone!!I've looked in the folder and even the backup files that should have been there for files I'd saved more than once are not there.

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Ubuntu :: Cannot Run MySQL Client Tool

Sep 1, 2011

I have installed MySQL server via Synaptic Package Manager successfully and I also installed MySQl administrator to check for MySQL installation. It is all there. And I ran this also, where "mysql" is a client tool:

hpng@hpng-laptop:~$ sudo mysql
[sudo] password for hpng:
ERROR 1045 (28000): Access denied for user 'root'@'localhost' (using password: NO)

I entered my ubuntu user password, and I get access error. I have 10.04 LTS version.

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Mar 25, 2010

Specifically I'm looking for a native Linux program that is similar in functionality to Navicat or SQLYog. I.e. I need something good at editing data. Free would be best, but not essential.

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May 2, 2011

I'm looking for commandline monitoring tool for mysql and only thing I can find is mtop. Unfortunately, mtop's development halted back in 2004. Can someone suggest an alternative? or is there such thing?

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Feb 8, 2011

I'm looking to import hundreds of email messages stored in mbox format into a MySQL database. Is there a tool out there to do this already? I'd rather not reinvent the wheel if at all possible. I've been using HyperMail to archive my email in HTML format, but the results aren't searchable. I figure that once it's all in MySQL I can write some simple queries to accomplish this.

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Nov 24, 2009

I'm looking for a graphical database management tool that will allow me to create some tables and whatnot. I'm looking for an application similar to Toad: http://www.toadsoft.com/toadmysql/

Does anyone know of a similar program for Linux?

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Mar 25, 2010

Managing MySQL servers can be quite complicated without a proper tool.I have used some commercial tools over the years, but I need something that is Web based, accessible from internet.There are NOT many offerings out there, so I wonder if, beside one company that launched a product quite recently (Novaquantum), there is something else out there that can I can compare it with?I guess when you find something that you like, you'll always to look for something better (PhpMyAdmin doesn't count!)

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Dec 3, 2010

I am using MySQL version 5.1.47 (64bit) on Centos 5.5 in production environment. I am exploring option to monitor MySQL though SNMP traps. Can anybody please let me know if there is any open source SNMP tool that can be used for MySQL monitoring?

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Ubuntu :: Can't Reboot OS Since Using Scalpel

Jan 7, 2010

I tried using scalpel to recover some files that i had deleted. It went through the first pass but on the next pass there was an error message saying disk full The next time I tried to boot ubuntu I got a strange screen filled in a very large font and a message in the top corner: The configuration defaults for gnome power manager have not been installed correctlyI do not want to reinstall Karmic Koala as I may lose my email messages and other data.

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Debian Configuration :: Configure (start/stop/restart) Services (especially Apache2, MySQL And PHP) Using A Graphical Or Cli Tool?

Jul 23, 2010

I'm using debian 5 x64 with xfce.Is there a way to configure (start/stop/restart) services (especially Apache2, mySQL and PHP) using a graphical or cli tool? I tried to use sysv-rc, sysv-rc-conf, rcconf and rc-conf in the terminal but Bash didn't find them (Although Synaptic show that sysv-rc is installed).

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Ubuntu :: Setting Permission For Scalpel

Sep 17, 2010

I have been trying to recover data off an external hard drive using scalpel. I got the files types done set up the external folder and then I go to run the program and I get an error message "ERROR: Couldn't open input file: /dev/sdb -- Permission denied" I tried resetting the permission for the external by right clicking the drive and going through the permission menu but every time the permission reset themselves.

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OpenSUSE :: MySql Won't Start / No File Mysql.sock?

Feb 5, 2009

I thought that the problem is in the phpMyAdmin not in the mysql. But now i think different. It seems that the problem is right in the mysql. I think that there was no root user, when mysql was freshly installed. Unfortunately i did everything i can find on internet (some tutorials) but they don`t helped me at all, maybe i fu**ed up the mysql service. So i reinstalled it, and when i want to start it there is no file mysql.sock and i get the following:

linux-nepg:~ # service mysql restart
Restarting service MySQL
Shutting down service MySQL done
Starting service MySQL warning: /var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock didn't appear within 30 seconds

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Ubuntu :: Lost Files During Moving Files With Nautlis?

Oct 16, 2010

I was moving a folder using Nautilus from an internal drive to a USB drive when suddenly, the power failed and the system rebooted before the UPS could go into backup. After I booted the PC again, half the files are are in neither of the drives. Do they go into a temporary folder first? There's nothing in /tmp and there's no Lost+Found folder. Is there anyway to get back those files? I'll always copy and delete from now on instead of moving.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Tool For Converting A .kig File To .png File?

Sep 17, 2010

tool for converting a .kig file to .png file or to any rmat which can be used withLatex....

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Oct 1, 2010

I'm working on a ~1 TB disk that was loaded with all kinds of images and documents that lost it's HFS+ partition table. The person for which I'm doing the favor of running scalpel says it's likely there's 90GB of stuff. Somehow, the disk got relabeled/MBR changed to some FAT variant that works on the whole Terrabyte.

Attempts to recover the partition info failed.My first try with scalpel finds more than 90GB of image file headers alone and that blows through all of my storage. Of the headers found and recovered as images, a simple test shows most of the image files are broken. The cluster size option does not work if I use it by itself. It errors out before it gets going.I want to speed things up and skip the countless broken image files.

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Ubuntu :: 8.04 - Deletion Of Files Needing Recovery

Jul 25, 2010

I use Ubuntu 8.04 and I deleted a few JPGs from the recycle bin. I googled looking for some methods of recovery, and discovered that the only ways to do so is through using the command line. I am a complete computer novice, and I know nothing about the command line, or how to use it. I was able to install Foremost. However, with this done, I couldn't manage to use it to recover anything from that point, partially because I only have 1 GB left on my computer space, and I can't delete anything or else it could overwrite the photos I want to recover.

This all boils down to two questions:
What needs to be done to complete and utilize foremost?
And lastly, and the more preferable option, can this be accomplished without the command line?

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