I have a folder called - bin , then I remove it by rm bin , re-create it and when I want to remove it again by rm bin the shell promts - /bin/mv: cannot move `bin/' to ...
Possible Duplicate: Make `rm` move to trash I've looked everywhere for the answer, but I can't find it. Is it possible to move/delete a file to the trash folder on linux. But also having ...
I have a DNS-321 NAS drive which apparently runs Linux, so I logged in via ssh and I see .Trash-500 and .Trash-1000 directories. I realize that they're for trash, but why do I need two? Inside of them ...
From what I gather, the idea of a "trash can" is of Windows descent, and was to make a user's life easier. However, when I go to delete a file, I don't hit delete unless I know I don't need it and ...
Recently I accidentally did rm on a set of files and it got me thinking where exactly these files end up? That is to say, when working with a GUI, deleted files go to the Trash. What's the equivalent ...