I have an XFCE container with 2 mounts
/home/collab is meant to be a shared directory where everyone has access.
Each time I try to move a file from
/home/collab to the trash (action for the delete key in Thunar), I have this error :
"Unable to trash file
/home/collab/<filename>across filesystem boundaries."
It seems like Thunar can't deal with 2 bind mounts, and doesn't find the trash.
A possible workaround is to change the action move to trash for a custom script that will just move the file to the right folder, but Thunar doesn't allow to modify default actions, so that would mean recompiling the binary and I don't want that, that's dirty work.
Or I could use a custom action but same problem, I want to delete the move-to-trash default action from the right-click menu in this case, and change the delete shortcut to this action which would mean recompiling.
Another workaround would be to use another file manager but Thunar is lightweight, well integrated with XFCE, and I don't know what else to use.
PS: This container contains an environment used by non-programmers, so I need a very user-friendly interface (gui tools).