There is a difference between / and /root. The symbol "/" is for the root of the filesystem and if you open a terminal and run: ls / you will get a totally different output than if you run ls /root. The "/root is the directory for the root user only and you should not need to be there often.Quote:
And in english does that translate to "root/home/.Trash-0"
Interesting. Usually on the systems I have used, there are separate Trash directories for each user under /home/user and also under the /root directory in the directories I indicated above. Anyhow, glad you got it deleted.Quote:
OK, in the GUI (sudo thunar) filesystem "/home/.Trash-0/info" and "/home/.Trash-0/files" are now the locations of root trash.