I used to just press the Delete key on selected files on
Nautilus, and then it would trash the file(s) without confirmation. That was very convenient.
I later decided that my Trash may contain sensitive files, and thus moved it to the eCryptfs
Private folder, and created the symlink
~/.local/share in its place.
Thereafter, when I Delete files that are inside
eCryptfs, behavior is as expected, no problems. On the other hand, when I try to delete files in my home directory but outside eCryptfs, I get this message:
The same behavior is seen when deleting items from a different drive...
Is there a workaround to just automatically put it in my encrypted trash anyways even if it belongs to another/unencrypted drive/mount?
If that really cannot be done, then is two
Trashes possible? One for encrypted files and another for unencrypted ones?