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Re: [spam] Re: libtrash in fedora Core 5

I had the same opinion before yesterday. I am a real bash user. I only
work with the terminal and do not use konqueror or nautilus. But if I
execute "rm" in the shell (without adding a alias or ask the user
everytime if you really want to do that) I have no chance to undelete
the files. But, If libtrash would be installed, you are able to recover
the deleted files. 

Debian has a libtrash package, too.

On Fri, 20 Jan 2006 13:46:06 +0100
Thomas M Steenholdt <tmus tmus dk> wrote:

> Bernhard Suttner wrote:
> > Helo fedora people, 
> > 
> > I had a big problem yesterday. I have deleted some important files
> > on a ext3 filesystem. As you know, with ext3 you can not undelete
> > files (I have tested undelete, recover, unrm, grep, e2undel and many
> > more). 
> > 
> > So I have searched for a "solution" to the "delete" problem, and I
> > have found libtrash. If you have installed libtrash, all files you
> > delete go into a directory "trash". If you are sure, you can delete
> > the file really. 
> > 
> > Would it be possible to add libtrash to the Fedora Core 5? 
> > 
> > Greets,
> > Bernhard Suttner
> > 
> This sounds badly like a "we need linux to behave like windows" 
> initiative, which IMHO is not the way we want to go!
> All the provided desktop managers (GNOME, KDE) have this feature.
> Making a trashcan for everything would really be a bad idea!
> /Thomas
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