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Posted by: Anonymous Coward on November 20, 2006 11:48 PM
don't let it happen in the first place!

As usual in Linux, there are more than one way to do it:

* <a href="" title="">libtrash</a> is a dynamic library which, when preloaded wit provides a wrapper for numerous libc calls, especially unlink(), so that every program, instead of removing a file, moves it to a configurable place in the file system.

* there are several projects which use the FUSE framework to implement versioning filesystems. Just have a look at <a href="" title=""><nobr>s<wbr></nobr> tems</a>



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