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Undeletion means restoring files which have been deleted from Linux ext3 file system using rm command. Deleted files can be recovered on ext3 file systems using the debugfs program. This quick tutorial describes how to recover a file that was recently deleted using nothing but standard Linux command line utilities.


It’s been over 10 days since I’ve blogged. I was busy with workload so I could not update the blog. I missed lots of news worthy stuff. Here is a quick news roundup:

a] A new custom version of Ubuntu aimed at netbooks and based on 8.04 Hardy Heron has been released by HP.

b] Open source Exchange server replacement only a year away.

c] Scripting SSH access and file transfers with Python can be frustrating – but the Paramiko module solves that in a powerful way.

d] Amazon offering 3 Full Version Games for a Limited period of time.

e] / is now IPv6 enabled.

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Cheat sheet act as a reference tool which provides cut and paste kind of commands to complete a specific task. I often recommend following set of best cheat sheets to students and IT professionals. It include Linux / UNIX command and shell scripting.


After reading this article, you should now be able to use the Korn shell in ways you may not have known before. Mastering the command line can simplify your work and help you better understand how to make the shell and command line work for you rather than you working harder for it.

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This is easy to use Linux command line index. Linux commands divided into categories such as: => System information => Shutdown => Files and Directory => File search => Mounting a Filesystem => Disk Space => Users and Groups and others Linux Commands Line list


Usually I use wget, which is ultimate command line downloader. However, wget failed to accelerate my download speed. I was downloading 1.4GB file around 800KB/s download speed (this box is hooked to uplink port speed 10 Mbps ). However, remote server was restricting me. Therefore, I decided to get rid of wget. I have downloaded […]


I already wrote about Linux command line bittorrent client. However, I received few more queries regarding firewall issues. Basically you need to open ports using iptables. Bittorrent client by default uses tcp 6881 to 6889 ports only. In order to work with Bittorrent client you need to open these ports on firewall. Remember, if you […]