Linux is a great OS for professionals, but Linux computers are also prone to accidental data loss like all others. Once in need of a Linux file recovery software, Disk Drill effectively handles Linux hard drive recovery.
Disk Drill is available for Macs and Windows computers, meaning it will run on Mac OS X (or macOS) or Windows, starting with Windows XP. There's no Disk Drill compiled to be running on Linux yet, but we are considering this an option in the future. Meanwhile, to recover deleted Linux data, all you have to do is connect the hard drive or any other data storage device, where the Linux data was lost, to another computer with Disk Drill installed (either Mac or Windows). Once done, make sure the disk is recognized by the system. Run Disk Drill, and get ready to see your deleted data recovered.
Disk Drill's Recover Vault and Guaranteed Recovery technologies are not yet available for Linux hard drives. However, if you are installing Disk Drill on a Mac or Windows PC, we recommend enabling its data protection features and S.M.A.R.T. disk health monitoring. These features help minimize the risks of accidental data loss and have great chances of really improving your drive's longevity.
Even though there's no Disk Drill for Linux now, the existing recovery options are more than enough for the successful outcome. When Deep Scan is analyzing a Linux drive, it's treated as a single binary entity, and unless it's encrypted, it doesn't matter for Disk Drill which file system is it partitioned in. When Disk Drill identifies a file signature from its database, various file formats are recovered fast and easy: photos, documents, archives, movies and more.