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Deleted directory recovery in Linux

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Hi,

I am new to Linux.

Is there a way to recover a file/folder after it is deleted using rm command in linux?

In few linux OS with gui, there is a trashbox/recycle bin from which we can recover files. How do we do that in RHEL that does not have gui?
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Just sent reference pages with no explanation to the actual question
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