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  1. [all variants] Re: Hardware compatibility: compact page and document scanners

    I just purchased a PlusTek Mobileoffice S400 (which, per PlusTek's website, replaces the OpticSlim M12 model) on the hopes that since it replaces a "basic" SANE-supported model, it would work out of...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Recovering a .gzip to original state

    I don't know. I got the Ubuntu 10.11 live CD and booted with it. I can access the internal HD now, and it seems that the 2 recovered .gz files are the ones that are taking up the disk space. I...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Recovering a .gzip to original state

    Thanks for the enlightenment, but that doesn't help my case, does it?

    Ubuntu file/archive manager subsystem should warn users when they are moving files into a .gz file, not just let them...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Recovering a .gzip to original state

    Update:

    Just to clear any ambiguity. The file that got corrupted (as described in the first post) was already on an EXTERNAL drive that did NOT boot my Ubuntu. I did NOT attempt any write...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Recovering a .gzip to original state

    Update Now Photorec recovered 2 .gz files but I'm out of disk space on the target drive!! I switched to root and deleted all unwanted recovered files, and still I have 0 free space. Looks like...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Recovering a .gzip to original state

    Update:

    Another bit of info: The file type is actually .gz not .gzip as I originally thought, and it's a created by GNU Cash software.

    After following this link
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    [ubuntu] Recovering a deleted file

    On second thoughts of what might have happened:

    1. The Ubuntu file system deleted the original .gzip
    2. The Ubuntu file system created a new gzip with the same name and the newly added file as...
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    [ubuntu] Recovering a .gzip to original state

    Hi there,

    I was trying to copy a file from the desktop into a folder. I accidently released the mouse while hovering on a .gzip file.

    The ubuntu file system did not just add that file into the...
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