Il giorno dom, 31/05/2015 alle 14.20 +0200, Dario Lesca ha scritto:
If the file to remove is into a folder into filesyste without user
trash, the right click on this file do not show "Move to trash".
So, in this case, it's not possible to remove the file or folder.
I have investigate on this my problem
On my system (f22 x86_64 with Gnome), the issue It happens only after
update to 22, in f21 everything worked well and, in that case, I had
also the opportunity to permanently remove the files because there was
the useful flag "Include a Delete command that bypasses Trash".
I have try install a fresh f22 on a virtual machine and in this case
all work fine, the "move to trash" is always show if the access of
files / folders is right.
Then the problem occur only on my system, a Fedora periodically update
via fedup from 18 to 19, 20, 21 and now 22.
I have test the problem also create a new user and use it but the
problem occurs also with this new user
Then is a local system problem.
Someone have some suggest to resolve it?
(inviato dal mio Linux Fedora 22 con Gnome 3.16)