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On Wednesday 30 August 2006 16:32, Mark Haney wrote:
> Peter Davoust wrote:
> > I think I've had this problem too, but I don't do too much deleting, so I
> > don't run into it often. What is your desktop environment? I think KDE
> > holds trash in a different place than all others, so that's why I ask.
> > You could place a script in cron.daily that does rm -Rf
> > /home/user/.local/share/Trash/.
> > -Peter
> I probably should have mentioned that I am running KDE. It seems that
> this is a recurring them for kde > 3.4.0 with Trash not being cleaned up
> as it should. I guess I'll just run a cron job to manually do it. At
> least now I know where 40GB of was going on my system.
there is a simple solution: don't use trash. remove the stuff.
Instead of del, hit shift-del.
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