i'm writing this on my phone because i've almost tolally wiped my hdd. I don't really know what i did. I tried to format my flash drive but got some random error message from the application i was using so i figured i'd jump on the terminal and rm -rf * walked away for a while and when i came back. My computer was basically crashed. whatever i did, be it the formatting or the deleting, i've now got 3 once bootable partitions, that are empty, though another one that was just for general storage was left alone. Anyway, i'm wondering if it's realistic to expect to be able to recover any of my files. I'm getting close to my uni exams, and luckely i didn't delete the stuff on my flash drive because that had all my work ironiclly, though there are some files i was working on that i'd love to get back. I'm avoiding installing yet an other os to avoid overwriting anything
Goatboy wrote:Oh, that's simple. All you need to do is dedicate many years of your life to studying security.
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