I wonder if you had known about the accident before the process finished if you could have recovered it by checking open file handles in
~$ while true; do echo -n 1; sleep 1; done > tmp.txt &
~$ rm tmp.txt
~$ ls -l
l-wx------ 1 me me 64 2009-12-02 16:51 1 ->
Is there any way to recover this?
You may or may not be able to install a fresh copy of Windows 7 using the upgrade discs (which just ended the half-off preorder promotion). This article (Jun 25) says you can, while these two (July 10 and July 13, respectively) say you cannot. What do the 3 articles have in common? No sources besides, "I've been asking a spokesman for the company about this for about a month, and he's finally been able to offer an answer." (the July 13 one). While I haven't really given anything substantial, I'm hoping somebody else out there will see this and can clear it up.
when you're setting up your own filesystems, however... just use ntfs-3g and fs-driver. problems solved. just don't forget to use mke2fs -I 128
What's the reason for 128-byte ext2 inodes and what does it have to do with ntfs-3g? I googled but couldn't find anything (in english). Thanks.
The world won't end in 2038. It will just jump back in time to 1901 and cycle like that until someone manages to open a shuttle bay door instead of using a tractor beam.
Anyone can use it yes, but it's not trivial to program. I commend Logitech at making an effective interface for grouping and combining devices into activities. It's a far cry, however, from 1. Press TV/VCR/DVD; 2. Hold Setup; and 3. Enter 4-digit code.
8.04 = Hardy Heron = April 2008
8.10 = Intrepid Ibex = October 2008
9.04 = Jaunty Jackalope = April 2009
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