Maria Pohrebna
sysdevlabs
1/29/18
11:15 AM
3

I have heard that some people are so desparate to get their dead files back, they resort to seances, if only to get some word... some alternate data stream, of their dearly departed. Something... some little whisper of a cluster tip... anything!! Read more

1/29/18
10:30 AM
2

Thank you Maria. I shall copy this bit of information and try to keep it handy...perhaps even print the durn file, you know, for safe-keeping and all...

10/29/17
1:18 PM
1

I must admit to once having taken the hard drive from my old eMachine (purchased at Christmas, 1999, $399 with an already obsolete 4.3 gig hard drive w/o peripherals or monitor from our local Circuit City...can I possibly date myself more?) when it finally bricked out, I took it down to the scene shop, and chopped it

10/27/17
11:07 AM
2

DBAN. For doing in the data on an hdd(s), It’s certainly all I’ve ever needed.

9/1/17
9:28 AM
1

Thanks for a great job, Maria. It’s really useful stuff for me (and the right time!) I also have article about building up a backup on Raspberry Pi (or any other arm) that is relatively close to Linux issues and may get you some new ideas)) - https://eltechs.com/raspberry-pi-backup/