Enhanced Trash functionality
behdad at cs.toronto.edu
Fri Nov 28 02:17:27 EET 2003
Global undelete is not much desirable. Just sucks resources.
What people are interested in is undelete for /home, ie, Personal
Files. Look around for something called Storage, a proposal by
On Thu, 27 Nov 2003 p.carsten at arcor.de wrote:
> I think copy on write filesystems are available (knoppix CD
> etc.), don't know if they have undelete. Some of googles "linux
> filesystem undelete" hits look interesting however.
> If a simple "trashbin folder" approach is implemented but no
> enhenced desktop-trashbin-system yet. All I can say is if
> someone wants to put an effort into this I would choose the
> prospective approach. Maybe first undelete in ext2/3 or reiser,
> maybe not too bad.
> I allways thought for proprietary OS's and FS's only their
> respective "owners" are resposible, no? And the best approach
> gets chosen in Free Software. I guess if undelete gets
> supported all distributions would use it as default in notime.
> Exept of course some real stable woods ;-)
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