UNDO LINUX Trash Command
Is there any simple way to undo an
The question is purely theoretical; I have NEVER deleted the log of a benchmark queue who took a whole lunchtime to run.
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in some cases yes .. involves running a script .. check this post out on perlmonks
On ubuntu or similar:
Then put that alias in .bashrc or the appropriate login script for your shell of choice.
The other commands in the
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The traditional answer is:
because on many unix filesystems this simple isn't possible, or is very difficult.
As others have noted this is not the end-all and be-all of the issue any more, but not making mistakes of this kind is still the preferred approach.
To prevent hypopthetical future mistakes, you might want to alias rm to rm -i...