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Software: (WIP) SFSundelete 0.1Print


SFSundeleteSerk118uk started a new project called SFSundelete and made his progress and first version available for us to download.

SFSundelete is a tool that assist people, who installed a so called recycler bin (aka trashcan) during the formatting of their harddisk, to undelete files that where previously (mistakenly) deleted.

SFSundelete can undelete a maximum of 25 files as this is a limit set by the filesystem. People who do not had the recycler bin installed during installation currently cannot add this special directory afterwards (so this tool does not work for people that haven't created this special drawer).

More information about this project can be found at Serk118uk's blog-entry and/or in this thread.

Download: SFSundelete 0.1 for Aros/i386 (WIP 42 KB)

#1 | cavemann on March 02 2013 15:45:00
Most people use the installer to make partitions and I don't think there is a way to get recycle bins with the installer. I'm not sure if HD toolbox can do it either.

Am I correct that the only way would be to use the command line, or have I missed a trick?
#2 | magorium on March 02 2013 23:17:45
I am unsure about the installer (dumb, as i used it at least once a month)

But take a look at AROS:System/Format. You can safely select a disk and press OK. Then parameters can be set. (please do not press any other button then cancel in the options screen Wink )

One of those parameters is putting in the trashcan Grin

But i agree, it's tiresome. First you need to do a install, then format the disk using the format tool and then install again.

afaik it is not possible to add the recycle bin afterwards.
#3 | cavemann on March 03 2013 01:17:34
I have been reluctant to use format since I usually have other important partitions on my drives.

Imho, it would be best to have a simple option on the installer. In that way everyone could easily use undelete.

While on the subject of the installer (warning: rave mode on)... There is an option to use existing Aros partitions. There should also be the option to reconfigure Aros partition(s). That way it would be a simple matter to add, remove or resize the AROS work partition. And also if no DH1 exists, then the option to use Work: should be ghosted. As it is now the installer will ask to insert DH1 Sad

Ahh much better now (rave mode off).

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