[OpenAFS] Unknown Gnome/AFS problem

Dj Merrill deej@econ.duke.edu
Wed, 19 Jul 2006 12:17:33 -0400

Franco Milicchio wrote:

> Well, a trash should be there, and should be used. Deleting trashed 
> items by default is not a normal behavior for any operating system used 
> by normal users. OSX, Windows and Linux do not erase the trash, so why 
> should I do that?

	Just a suggestion.  You were asking for workarounds.
You could also create a script to erase the files, and have it as a 
desktop icon or menu item for your users to invoke on their own.
Call it "Empty-Trash" or something...

	I'm sure there are other possibilities, too.


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