On Wed, Mar 24, 2010 at 01:31:33PM +0300, Stan. S. Krupoderov wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 23, 2010 at 06:50:35PM -0700, Daniel GonzÃlez Gasull wrote:
> > Hi.
> > Is it possible to use the GNOME recycle bin with mc? Is there anyway
> > we can make mc use the command gvfs-trash when deleting files or
> > folders?
> > Thank you.
> Yes, you can try to use libtrash or write something
> similar to use gvfs-trash.
Configuration looks like:
# alias in your bash/zsh config or just additional startup script
# probably you will change path to you libtrash.so
alias mc='LIBTRASH=/usr/lib/libtrash/libtrash.so.2.4; LD_PRELOAD="$LIBTRASH";
export LD_PRELOAD; mc'
# Trash name specified in /etc/libtrash.conf
# probably created by libtrash but for sure
# add default recommended settings
cat > ~/.libtrash
GLOBAL_PROTECTION = YES
INTERCEPT_FOPEN = YES
INTERCEPT_FREOPEN = YES
INTERCEPT_OPEN = YES
# create test files
touch test1.0 test1.o test1.so
run mc and try it, deleted files should be in ~/Trash
Stan. S. Krupoderov
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