I just shift-deleted some important pdf-files from my dual-boot system. The files were originally on Windows drive, but I deleted them from Ubuntu.
I just used Foremost to recover, but it returns more than 1000 files, with numbered-names.
When a file is deleted from your computer it is not really deleted. it still exists and it’s possible to recover even if you empty the trash. In this video I demonstrate deleting files and recovering them using Testdisk (Photorec) in Ubuntu. - This will work as long as the space where those files are [...]
I had some video files that were organized into several sub directories inside of a single folder. I had accidentally deleted the entire folder and I am looking for ways in which I can recover them. Is there a way to do so but without getting the files back under a completely different name (many forensic carving tools have been doing that).
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I had many code-blocks projects in the Documents/bla folder. I accidentally deleted them while working with eclipse and unfortunately Ubuntu sync daemon was running then, so the folder has been deleted from my ubuntu 1 too. But those programs were very important. I tried to recover them using foremost but, there are too many cpp files so foremost ended up using all my of 500GB disk space.
What are the steps, if any, we can take to recover these files?