Trash-cli : A Commandline Trashcan For Unix-like Systems

trash-cli - commandline trashcan

6 Responses

  1. neat, kind of want them to make it… rm (as alias or symlink) compatible, no more accidents, lol

  2. tivasyk says:

    “you can permanently _restore_ individual item as shown below.

    trash-rm file1”

    oops, this is gonna be a painful experience lol. please fix the text =)

  3. This is so incredibly useful. I can’t believe I’m a Linux veteran and I had no idea this package even existed, until now. Thank you so much.

  4. FraNK says:

    trash-restore: command not found


    after googling it seems the command is restore-trash

    Ha…I wonder if its ubuntu specific?

  5. Jean-Philippe Bégin says:

    [email protected]:~# rm txt
    txt txt.txt
    [email protected]:~# rm txt.txt
    rm is disabled. Please use trash , trash-list, restore-trash commands or /bin/rm instead. Thank you txt.txt
    [email protected]:~# trash-list
    2018-11-15 15:48:05 /root/bsplayer-13_1_0-23201-amd64.deb
    2018-11-15 15:54:29 /home/bsp/.config/Alex_BroadSign.conf
    2018-11-15 15:54:32 /home/bsp/.config/BroadSign.conf
    2018-11-15 09:35:55 /root/test.txt
    2019-01-08 16:19:33 /opt/broadsign/suite/bsp/lib/
    [email protected]:~# restore-trash
    0 2018-11-15 15:48:05 /root/bsplayer-13_1_0-23201-amd64.deb
    1 2018-11-15 09:35:55 /root/test.txt
    What file to restore [0..1]:

    Anybody know where the files are stored? Is this a script error?

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