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Hi Techies,

I have a query with me . Hope you can find a solution.
I hade a source file named "server.c"

[android@android-desktop:~/mithun/application/final]# ls
./  ../  client*  client.c  server* server.c

i compiled it wrongly as "gcc server -o server.c"

and now the server.c is replaced by server*

I dont find server.c can u please tel me how to recover it now

[android@android-desktop:~/mithun/application/final]# ls
./  ../  client*  client.c  server*
Posted 3-May-13 0:28am
Mike Meinz 3-May-13 6:32am
You will have to reload it from your backup. It was replaced by the newly compiled program.
mithun_linux 3-May-13 6:36am
i really don't have a back up with me .. is there any command to get it back? or it wud hav been archieved some where in some directories!!
Richard MacCutchan 3-May-13 7:08am
No, it's lost. There are programs that can try and recover lost files but they are not 100% successful. Google for "undelete" and see what you can find.
mithun_linux 3-May-13 7:27am
OMG! then i have to start rewriting the code again . Anyways thanx a lot for ur replies. Good luck ahead.

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