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    Can not remove fails to Trash bin


    "exeeded Trash bin volume" notice , pls help to erase fails from home folder

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    Have you tried to empty trash can?
    Post the output of this
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    /dev/sda5 7,7G 6,8G 545M 93% /
    /dev/sda7 6,3G 4,1G 2,2G 65% /home
    [root@localhost ~]#
    Last edited by jayd512; 10-08-2012 at 03:29 PM. Reason: removed non-English portion

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    Try this:
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    cd ~/.local/share/Trash
    ls
    You'll have several directories there. You can either ls those directories to see what's in there, or you can use rm to remove them. They will be recreated automatically when you put a new item in the Trash.

    *EDIT*

    I just noticed hat you are logged in as root. Make sure to exit or su back to your regular user before doing the above commands.
    Last edited by jayd512; 10-10-2012 at 06:20 PM. Reason: see EDIT
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    Command not found

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    Which command was not found? If you got that error, you most likely typed it incorrectly. Just copy and paste the first command and then do "ls" (without quotes).

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    [root@localhost ~]# cd ~/.local/share/Trash
    bash: cd: /root/.local/share/Trash: Нет такого файла или каталога /no file or catalog
    [root@localhost ~]# ls
    drakx/ tmp/
    [root@localhost ~]#

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    You are logged in as root. Logout and login as Regular User instead of root and execute that command again.
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    not understood pls explain proper steps how to logout n change root to user thanks

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    Did you login via GUI? Which Linux Distro ? If its Fedora based system check System->Log out .Then login as normal user (not root)
    Then open the terminal run command provided by Jayd512
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