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mint 13 xfce: cannot find or make trash bin

I have a problem with removing files from some partitions. I get an error: cannot find or make trash bin. I have searched google for this and found a site suggesting the partitions are mounted ...
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Applying limits to the Trash on Debian Wheezy

I'm using Debian Wheezy, with Gnome 3 and Nautilus and I was wondering if there was any way to limit the Trash to a certain total size or at least file age. I'm in need of this as I usually handle ...
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Unable to delete files to trash in a binded filesystem

I'm trying to set up shared home directory for two Linux installations and thus I'm using bind-mounts. My user is named dbz and his home directory is /home/dbz. I also have shared directory ...
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Why I cannot move to trash from /var/tmp?

I just found out on Fedora 20, that neither with Thunar nor Nautilus (I'm using Xfce4 here), I can't move file from /var/tmp to Trash. More precisely, in Nautilus the menu option is not available, ...
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How can I have a Trash/Recycle Bin for my Samba shares?

I have a couple of Samba shares on my NAS running Debian Squeeze which I access through Windows 7. Deleting any of the files from Windows will completely delete the files from the NAS server. Is ...
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KDE-dolphin trashcan on second HDD

From KDE I use only dolphin. I've pulled out second hdd for a couple of days (also changed fstab). Now I put it back and dolphin won't "see" /hdd2/.Trash-1000/ and if I delete file /hdd2/file1 it ...
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/dev/null-like automatic trash directory for file moves?

I can (redirect) textual output to /dev/null in order to get rid of it. This is quite handy because this way I can easily enable/disable it in my bash code. Now I have a script that processes files, ...
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Deleted files from home, deleted them from .local/share/Trash/files, System doesn't report back free space

I am running Crunchbang, a Debian variant with OpenBox WM. I have deleted a large number of files via browsing in thunar file manager and pressing del key. They disappear from view. I then go to ...
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Can't remove same folder name twice

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 ...
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Using Trash with Mutt: Does it make sense?

I come from Thunderbird, which I found to be bloatware with spontaneous hiccoughs using 20–40% of processing power, weak IMAP and local mailfolder handling and a constant 100–500MB of RAM use. But it ...
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How to find last deleted files on OpenSuse?

I didn't lock the screen on my OpenSuse Linux and let my girlfriend do all evil things when I was sleeping. Is there a way to find out if she deleted any files from my PC? I was looking at the "Date ...
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How to delete a file to the trash in BASH (Linux) [duplicate]

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 ...
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mutt: mark as read and delete

I discard some messages without reading them. After deleting said messages, however, I am soon alerted to the presence of unread mail in my trash can. Is there a way to either: disable the alert ...
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How to find Nautilus wastebasket in the file system

It looks like I can get to the waste-basket through nautilus, but when I look at the location given by properties, I see "trash:///". But I can't "cd trash:///". Where is the waste-basket? And in ...
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What are the .Trash-500 and .Trash-1000 directories?

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 ...
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How does “rm” on a NTFS filesystem differs from Windows' own implementation?

I have an external USB disk with an NTFS filesystem on it. If I remove a file from Windows and I run one of the several "undelete" utilities (say, TestDisk) I can easily recover the file (because ...
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How to disable the trash can in KDE

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 ...
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Move to trash confirm box

I am using Fedora 14 (Laughlin) with GNOME 2.32.0. I have gconf-editor installed. In gconf-editor apps->nautilus->preference confirm_trash is enabled i.e., checked, also in nautilus file browser, home ...
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Where do files go when the rm command is issued?

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 ...
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Where is the trash directory for PCManFM and xfe?

I've got PCManFM and Xfe as graphical file managers in my Arch Linux with Openbox. When I click on the Trash link in PCManFM I get an error saying "Operation not supported". Question: Where do ...