Dave dsterken at gmail.com
Wed Nov 29 20:22:43 UTC 2006

Thanks David,

I found the trash right where you said it was, and just in time too! I've
had 158.4 gigs of trash accumulate since upgrading to Dapper, WOW! Every
time I checked ~/.Trash, it was empty and I mistakenly presumed that there
must have been a cron job emptying it for me. By the way, you're correct, I
am running Dapper 6.06, sorry for the slip up. As for the trash icon, I got
rid of that long before upgrading and the upgrade didn't place a new icon
there. I prefer not to have an icon, so long as I know where the trash is. I
have one last question though, on the subject of where. Why is it necessary
to share trash?

On 11/29/06, Rebel Lion <obsidion at ihug.co.nz> wrote:
> Around Thursday 30 November 2006 07:49, Dave wibbled of :
> > I have run into a strange phenomenon, where deleted files don't end up
> in
> > /home/user/.Trash instead, they remain somewhere and continue to take up
> > disk space. I'm sure the answer is something simple but I have noticed
> > something else as well. This all started when I upgraded to Dapper 6.1,
> > could it simply be that Dapper uses a different trash can? I could use a
> > push in the right direction, before my /home partition fills up.
> >
> >
> > Thanks in advance
>   Don't you have the trash applet on your taskbar ?
> Trash on dapper is in ~/.local/share/Trash
> However 6.1 is not Dapper it is Edgy so do you have dapper 6.06.1 or do
> you
> have edgy 6.10
> David
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Dave Sterken
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