Trash spec 0.3 ; Samba/CIFS shares?
dfaure at trolltech.com
Thu Sep 9 01:26:22 EEST 2004
On Thursday 09 September 2004 00:10, Mikhail Ramendik wrote:
> The Trash specification, version 0.3, is now available at:
Can the group be renamed to [Trash Info] instead of [Trash entry] ?
More consistent with the .trashinfo name (and the info/ name).
> In this same situation, setting the permissions should be done after writing the copied file, as they may may make it unwriteable..
"may" is there twice :)
> If a srting that starts
> Changed the name and location of the “home trash” license, and introduced the generic term “home trash”.
license? Did you mean location?
I don't know what to answer about Samba; samba sharing is common (with windows
in particular, but not only I guess), but is it really common to use smbmount for that?
How does the permissions work with smbmount? Everything appears as writable by
the user mounting the dir? I don't see a solution then, unless this case can be
detected and then we would use a .Trash without $uid?
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