Bug#541787: gnome-applets: Trash applet doesn't show deleted items, always appears empty.
joss at debian.org
Sun Aug 16 22:35:26 UTC 2009
Le dimanche 16 août 2009 à 12:17 +0200, Therese67530 a écrit :
> Package: gnome-applets
> Version: 2.26.3-1
> Severity: normal
> After a file is deleted, it does show up in
> ~/.local/usr/share/Trash/files/, but the Trash desktop and panel
> applets still look empty. The option "Empty trash" is greyed out in
> the desktop applet but it is still accessible (although inactive) in
> the panel applet. To get rid of the deleted files permanently, I have
> to delete the content of .../Trash/files/ and .../Trash/info/ in
> Nautilus with the option "Don't use the trash bin" (translated back
> from French).
> This also happens after logging in as a newly-created user.
> The problem started about a week ago and wasn't solved by today's
> update of gnome-applets.
Which filesystem are you using? Did you upgrade your kernel a week ago?
In all cases, please consider using an up-to-date kernel instead of your
.''`. Josselin Mouette
: :' :
`. `' “I recommend you to learn English in hope that you in
`- future understand things” -- Jörg Schilling
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