I have my files in a separate partition that is not mounted to
/home, but only linked to it. How do I manage to be able to use the gnome trash in those files?
partion 2: mounted on
/data, with a folder
partion 1: mounted on
/, with its own
/home/myname, inside it
/home/myname/Documents link to
/data/myname/Document respectively. Suppose I have a file
When I use nautilus, and try to delete
/home/myname/Document/example.txt, Nautilus say it can't use the trash. It took me a while to figure out it is because
example.txt is in a different filesystem. I don't know can another trash directory be defined in that partition so that gnome can use it?
I could have partion 2 mounted as
/home with almost simular results --I did that for a long time--, but each time I change the Linux/Ubuntu installation, many configuration files in my home become broken. But in summary this new scheme doesn't allow me to use gnome trash now.