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When I run this command on foremost,

sudo foremost -i /dev/hda -o /recovery/foremost

I get,

Processing: stdin

This right or did I miss a step when I followed this guide.

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Or I can't use foremost without a LiveCD? – Svetlana Belkin May 6 '12 at 16:42
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I think you could add the option "-d" (which means "indirect block detection", that works fine with unix) and specify the kind of files you want to recover (like zip or jpg or ole). The result:

sudo foremost -d -o /recovery/foremost -t jpg,ole,zip -i /dev/hda
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That means that you can't recover the folders that the files where in? – Svetlana Belkin May 6 '12 at 15:49
    
Yes, the organization of the folders like we see is different from how they are write on disk. – desgua May 6 '12 at 15:51
    
Gochta, thanks. – Svetlana Belkin May 6 '12 at 15:51

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