[SOLVED] File manager without trash?

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Re: [SOLVED] File manager without trash?

Postby ducklin5 » 27 Aug 2014, 15:54

Scooby wrote:If you want to I can try and build an .sb for you but you would have to wait for it a few days
Let me know if you're interested

that would be great thanks :D

Scooby wrote:Since it is built for spacefm I would say no but then again I haven't tried it

So you use docky now, Does it work OK?
Is it better than cairo-dock in your opinion?


yes it looks simpler, but it wasnt working before because i was on root, it doesnt work on root user, dont know why.

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Re: [SOLVED] File manager without trash?

Postby Scooby » 29 Aug 2014, 19:44

ducklin5 wrote:there was a 404 erorr on AUR, but thanks for the other link. It wasnt working when i visited it last time.
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i tried aur again, but this time it failed to build, and i dont know how to install it from the other website. import plugin worsk but install plugin doesnt, everytime i select the created .tar.gz from "install > file" i always get error.

Your system must be really F***ed up.

Your system failed to build AUR package --- mine does
spacefm install plugin doesn't work -- mine does

What have you done?

anyway here is an sb for you to try
https://www.dropbox.com/s/zecae3h59xh4b ... le.sb?dl=0

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Re: [SOLVED] File manager without trash?

Postby ggg » 05 Sep 2014, 03:54

I dont get it: this is the message a get when a try to eliminate an file:

The file "/mnt/sda2/.Trash-0/files/Locke (2013)/Locke.2013.720p.BluRay.x264.YIFY.mp4" wasn't moved to the home trash directory because it's on a different device. Note that you can use the SpaceFM built-in command "Delete" to delete the file without previously trashing it.

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Re: [SOLVED] File manager without trash?

Postby Scooby » 05 Sep 2014, 21:06

ggg wrote:I dont get it: this is the message a get when a try to eliminate an file:

The file "/mnt/sda2/.Trash-0/files/Locke (2013)/Locke.2013.720p.BluRay.x264.YIFY.mp4" wasn't moved to the home trash directory because it's on a different device. Note that you can use the SpaceFM built-in command "Delete" to delete the file without previously trashing it.


I can confirm this, I get the same behaviour.

Checking further on corbeille-spacefm homepage it seems this is by design

Jean-Philippe Fleury wrote:Files on other devices are not handled by Corbeille-SpaceFM


please read for yourself here
under the heading "Trashable files"

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Re: [SOLVED] File manager without trash?

Postby ducklin5 » 21 Sep 2014, 08:38

Scooby wrote:Your system must be really F***ed up.


haha, it probably is, thanks anyway, i tricked it into working somehow, i forgot how, but ill rather use the sb from now. :D


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