I stupidly deleted my home folder in Natty. It's still in the trash but I cant get there to undo. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Searching I couldn't find any solutions because I don't think anybody else did that yet. I can only use the command line at this stage, and I'm noob at that.
Did you try the bootable CD? Rinzwind is correct. One way of doing this is by using a live CD. Boot the OS, mount the disk, and navigate via Nautilaus or a terminal to /media//user/.local/share/Trash Locate your data and move it back.
I got the same three problems
1st screen: could not update ICEauthority File/home/user//.ICEauthority.
It's possible that you were using a graphical application running as root that has updated your ICE Authority file with root permissions.
Try the following in a terminal session:
I tried this I was able to get out of this issue.
2nd screen: There is a problem with the configuration server (usr/lib/libconf2-4/gconfig-sanity-check-2exited with status 256) nautilus could not create the following required folders:/home/user/desctop/home/user/nautilus
Try executing this in terminal:
I hope this may solve the issue. I haven't tried this.
It does not need to use Live CD, simply do a