Offline #9 2011-03-09 15:35:39 Shark Member From: /dev/zero Registered: 2011-02-28 Posts: 663 Re: [SOLVED] Cannot move file to trash Aaaaaa. Does calling a function that mutates static local variables twice in the same expression lead to undefined behavior? So i guess that the problem is with filesystems. abose added the Linux only label Feb 13, 2015 millerbarros commented Feb 13, 2015 Yes, I can delete using Nautilus. http://softwaredevelopercertification.com/ubuntu-cannot/ubuntu-cannot-move-to-trash.php
I have a Home partition (ext4, mounted properly) with symlinks for user folders like Downloads, Documents, etc.
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Thanks. –linuxode Aug 24 '15 at 17:25 Instead of deleting sudo chown -R $USER: Trash as mentioned in the other answer should work as well to get the owner
e. 1777 permissions, would be an acceptable solution for home use. -1 –David Foerster Oct 4 at 17:13 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or
Is your project on an unusual filesystem? folders are symlinks to other physical drives mounted via fstab. Not the answer you're looking for? Even if I start nautilus as root (by gksu), still there is the same message. –amorfis Oct 6 '09 at 22:08 if LiraNuna's diagnosed correctly, the permissions issue isn't
I can give you this photo but it's in Spanish nautilus share|improve this question edited Apr 23 '14 at 4:16 Community♦ 1 asked Apr 30 '13 at 13:49 S8A 8818 and voila, it worked!!!! Offline #3 2011-03-08 20:54:01 emk Member Registered: 2010-05-11 Posts: 35 Re: [SOLVED] Cannot move file to trash What file system do the files reside on? http://askubuntu.com/questions/453057/cannot-move-files-to-trash asked 5 years ago viewed 6352 times active 3 months ago Linked 0 Can't send files to rubbish bin if in linked folder 0 “Move to Trash” doesn't appear, but only
How is Anti Aliasing Implemented in Ray Tracing? Google™ Search FedoraForum Search Red Hat Bugzilla Search Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Go to Page... Now put foundations under them.Henry David ThoreauRegistered Linux User: #559057 Offline #7 2011-03-09 08:22:08 Shark Member From: /dev/zero Registered: 2011-02-28 Posts: 663 Re: [SOLVED] Cannot move file to trash I have Report a bug This report contains Public information Edit Everyone can see this information.
How can I open the next/previous file alphabetically? this contact form Is adding the âtblâ prefix to table names really a problem? I'll test this with a live USB session of Ubuntu 14.10... –Sadi Apr 27 '15 at 15:15 | show 6 more comments Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up Reload to refresh your session.
In any file of any project that is within that partition I get this error, even if I have created this file directly by Brackets sidebar, but if I use the share|improve this answer answered Apr 14 at 11:26 Rahul Satal 1428 Please don't recommend 0777 a.k.a. âplease-hack-my-system-and-destroy-my-dataâ permissions for no apparent reason! Now put foundations under them.Henry David ThoreauRegistered Linux User: #559057 Offline #2 2011-03-08 20:53:54 stlarch Member From: hell Registered: 2010-12-25 Posts: 1,250 Re: [SOLVED] Cannot move file to trash What DE/wm http://softwaredevelopercertification.com/ubuntu-cannot/ubuntu-cannot-move-windows.php They will just get moved to that directory then you have to go on the directory in the windows or whatever and delete them there or the folder its self.
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Sorry for my english share|improve this answer edited Sep 27 at 11:28 Jan Wytze 204 answered May 16 at 17:49 Paul Marco 1 add a comment| up vote -1 down vote
Home Forums Posting Rules Linux Help & Resources Fedora Set-Up Guides Fedora Magazine Ask Fedora Fedora Project Fedora Project Links The Fedora Project Get Fedora F23 Release Notes F24 Release Notes Not the answer you're looking for? millerbarros closed this Feb 20, 2015 Adobe Systems Incorporated member peterflynn commented Feb 20, 2015 Great, glad to hear it! Sign up for free to join this conversation on GitHub. Then I just gave all the permissions to Trash folder and it worked.
Those types of drives does not support Trash. possible duplicate of Can't move files to the trash –Radu RÄdeanu Apr 22 '14 at 19:28 add a comment| 1 Answer 1 active oldest votes up vote 3 down vote The Join Date Oct 2007 Beans 52 [SOLVED] Cannot Move File To Trash Since upgrading to Hardy, whenever I try to delete a file from my second hard drive I get the Check This Out The defaults are the uid and gid of the current process.
But if you try the same with any file inside symlinked folder, the message appears. Quote: I've also tried chowing the /data folder to my user, but it never seems to change. How can I open the next/previous file alphabetically? How to handle a common misconception when writing a Master's thesis?
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Furniture name for waist-high floor-sitting shelf cabinet thing How is Anti Aliasing Implemented in Ray Tracing? Make a new folder and name it Trash, then go into terminal and do this: cd ~/.local/share sudo chown username:username Trash where username is your own username. In this case a sticky folder, i. Comment on this change (optional) Email me about changes to this bug report nautilus (Ubuntu) Edit Triaged Low Unassigned Edit You need to log in to change this bug's status.
The, in my case, missing uid=1000 seemed to garble the ownership and prevented the normal file deleting. BTW my Trash folder is owned by me with "rw" permissions for me and my group as well as "r" permissions for others -- which should be more than enough, if