How do I remove the confirmation window from trash? " Do you really want to empty trash?"

Martin Laberge mlsoft at
Sat Feb 21 15:30:44 GMT 2009

On Friday 20 February 2009 22:49:59 Steven Vollom wrote:
> > You can use the command line.
> >
> > cd ~/Directory/subdir
> > rm TheFilesToDelete* AndTheOtherFile AndAnotherOne
> >
> > This way nobody will ask you anything, and this
> > will be absolutely sure the space is clear just now.
>  I am laughing out loud.  If I understand you correctly the above command will 
> eliminate that step of verification, is that correct.  I will wait for 
> confirmation, because I don't want to screw up at a time when I believe a dream 
> has been answered.  You see, when I want the confirmation, I ask.
> I am deliriously happy over what I am sure you consider a very little thing, 
> however anything that causes you to grit your teeth every time it happens is a 
> good thing to lose.  I can't stop laughing, I am so pleased.  I await your 
> "yes you really want to do this thing".
> Cudos my friend,
> Steven     I am still laughing as I click send.  Thanks!

Are you really sure to want to delete these files?
Oups, Too late, this delete was without confirmation.

Martin Laberge
mlsoft at
30 Years of Unix Admin, and still learning...

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