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Trash Can Dissappeared!!!
One of our servers is using redhat linux with gnome. Usually, there is a trash can icon on the desktop after logging in; today there wasn't.
Does anyone know:
1. how to empty the trash can via shell
2. how to get the icon back on the desktop
It is not in the "start menu" nor was I able to find it with "find -name trash" or "find -name recycle" (I dont remember if it was refered as a trash can or recycle bin)
Any help would be appreciated.
The trash can in redhat is just a directory called 'Trash' in the users Desktop directory.
If you want to get the trash can back, go to the Destop directory and create a directory inside it called Trash. Then go to the desktop, right click on the directory, choose properties.
In the second tab in the properties box, you can choose an icon for the directory. choose the trash icon.
as for emptying it, it is just how you empty a directory.
Thank you, all is working correctly now. The trash can didn't just dissappear it ended up that the "/" partition was full and that create allot of errors. I removed some items on that partition and it fix everything.