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Join and Split Files (Including Video) in Linux [Howto]

Let's say you downloaded some videos of Youtube which all are a part of a larger video that was splitted into parts. A good idea would be to join those video files into one big file. Here's how to do that in Linux:

Keystrokes Logger

Freeware keyboard logging application saves each typed keys, characters, digits and special character keys including tab, alt, shift, ctrl in confidential encrypted hidden log file.

iPod Erased Files Restore

Downloads best iPod deleted iTunes recovery tool and restore your deleted song files including mp3, mp4, m4a, m4b, midi, wav, mpeg and advance audio coding (AAC) format files. iPod songs recovery software recovers your deleted music files and folder from hard drive-based iPod Classic, touchscreen iPod Touch, video-capable iPod Nano and Compact iPod Shuffle.

Delete Files Permanently & Securely with Shred & SecureDelete

We all know that when you simply delete a file, it’s possible to recover it later. Sometimes this is useful, if you accidentally delete something important; but usually this is a problem, and you really want that file gone forever. This howto will explain how to delete a file in linux securely and permanently, so it can never be recovered.

Recover Deleted Files with Foremost

Ever deleted an important file? I haven’t recently done this on Linux, but when I used Windows I had a utility for recovering deleted files. Ubuntu Unleashed reported on some data recovery methods on Ubuntu, so I decided to try one of them out.

How-To: Find files on your computer with find

A standard Linux system has an incredible amount of files installed. Looking for a file location can be a painful task to do though a file browser. Fortunately, there is a nifty command line available by default on any Linux distribution: find.

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