Emptying my Trash in OS X Lion (non securely) is taking about three hours (about 1.5 million files, from a Time Machine backup). I had to stop the process a few times already, because I could not move ...
When I delete folders or files in the Nautilus GUI, those folders/files go to Trash but where do folders/files go when I run rm -rf folder_or_file_name in terminal in Ubuntu 10.04?
I am used to having rm to alias something safer. I have been using osx-trash, but once I upgrade to Ruby 1.9.2, this stops working. I know about trash-cli from Python, but I would much prefer ...