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  1. #1

    Avoid .trash Folder on each partition


    Hi,
    I tried btrfs on my system and therefor installed btrfs on a new logical volume (setting is: ubuntu 14.04, luks device, on top of that a lvm with three logical volumes (third one formated with btrfs). On the btrfs I created two subvolumes.
    Works (boots, mounts,...) fine so far. My only problem is, that Linux creates a new .trash Folder on my LV3 / LV with btrfs (normal procedure for any partition). Is it possible to integrate that .trash-Folder in my standard user/.local/Share/Trash-Folder?
    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by roere View Post
    Is it possible to integrate that .trash-Folder in my standard user/.local/Share/Trash-Folder?
    probably not.
    iirc, some file managers / desktop environments offer an option to not use trash at all on certain partitions or e.g. removable drives.
    it really depends on the distro your using, on the desktop environment and the file manager.
    there's daemons taking care of trash and whatnot. maybe they can be configured.
    afaik, it has nothing to do with the file system you're using.

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    Thanks. I try to find the configuration options.

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