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Date:	Fri, 10 Feb 2012 23:20:09 +0100
From:	Bernd Schubert <>
To:	Rudolf Zran <>
CC:	"" <>,
	"" <>
Subject: Re: Restoring filenames from partly damaged ext4-filesystem

On 02/10/2012 06:07 PM, Rudolf Zran wrote:
> Hello Bernd!
>> I have written some tools in the past to recover the file structure of
>> an over-formated ext3/ext4 device based on directory blocks.
>> With some tweaks it should be able to assign the file#inode_numbers in
>> lost+found to a directory structure.
>> Problem is that I'm rather busy with too many other projects already. Do
>> you know C and could you add some code on your own for the lost+found
>> assignment? I can assist you, but it is unlikely that I find much time
>> do it myself...
> I'm not that fluent in C, but I could just give it a try. Since it's my
> own data and this recovery for personal "fun" I can't do something bad
> with it :) So, if you could share the code I'd be happy!

I'm going upload the existing code on Sunday. Going to travel tomorrow 
and I need to go to bed now.

Sorry for the day!


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