How to Recover Deleted Files on CentOS 6.X 32-64bit Linux Easy Guide

September 12, 2014 | By the+gnu+linux+evangelist | Filed in: Tutorial.

CentOS 6.x Recovering Deleted Files

You are Welcome! The Tutorial shows you Step-by-Step How to Getting-Started Recovering Deleted Files on CentOS 6.x i686/x8664 Linux Desktop.

The Procedure make Use of the TestDisk Partition Scanner and Disk Recovery Tool Open Source Created from C. Grenier.

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  1. Install TestDisk Recovery Tool for CentOS

    Installing TestDisk on CentOS
  2. Open Terminal Window
    (Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)

    How to Recover Deleted Files on CentOS 6.x - Open Terminal
  3. Create a Recovery Directory.

    The Folder should be Out from the Recovered Partition…

    su -c "/media/[myExternalDisk]/recovery"
  4. Run the PhotoRec Tool.

    cd /path/to/[targedDir2Recover]
    sudo photorec
  5. Select the Target Disk by Arrows.

    How to Recover Deleted Files on CentOS 6.x - Selecting Disk
    And then Select the Target Partition
    How to Recover Deleted Files on CentOS 6.x - Selecting Disk

  6. Next Navigate to the Created Recovery Directory.

  7. Hit “C” to Start for Files Scanning and Recovering.

    All the Files Recovered will be Stored on the Recovery Directory…


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