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Cannot access the trash via Nautilus

Postby Vedyimyn » 2018-04-13 08:01

Hello.

In Nautilus, when I click the trashbin icon or I access trash:/// by the address field I get the error: „Sorry, could not display all the contents of “trash:///”: The specified location is not supported” (translated from Polish, hopefully accurately). The icon indicates, that the trash is empty, which is not true.

I can remove files from Nautilus (they are correctly moved to ~/.local/share/Trash/, which seems to have the correct owner and privileges, that is me as an owner, privileges rwx). I can also correctly move files to the trash using gvfs-trash.

I tried recreating the Trash folder. It didn't help. I use Debian 9.4 with Gnome 3.22

May I ask for help?
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Re: Cannot access the trash via Nautilus

Postby None1975 » 2018-04-13 13:37

You deleted something to your user's trashbin with root privileges?
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Re: Cannot access the trash via Nautilus

Postby Vedyimyn » 2018-04-13 13:43

I don't think so. Even if I did, I believe recreating the Trash folder (which I did) would fix the problem.
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Re: Cannot access the trash via Nautilus

Postby None1975 » 2018-04-13 13:48

Ppen a terminal window. Execute the following commands and post the screen output here,please:
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cd ~/.local/share
ls -ld Trash

Change to the folder which holds the trashbin base folder named Trash. Display it, so we can see the access permissions.
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cd Trash
ls -l

Change into the trashbin folder Trash. Display its content, so we can see the access permissions.
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ls -lR

Display the objects which have been moved into Trash.
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Re: Cannot access the trash via Nautilus

Postby Vedyimyn » 2018-04-16 06:00

Here it is:
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➜  ~ cd ~/.local/share
➜  share ls -ld Trash
drwx------ 4 vedyimyn vedyimyn 4096 kwi 13 10:06 Trash
➜  share cd Trash
➜  Trash ls -l
razem 8
drwx------ 2 vedyimyn vedyimyn 4096 kwi 13 10:31 files
drwx------ 2 vedyimyn vedyimyn 4096 kwi 13 10:31 info
➜  Trash ls -lR files
files:
razem 12
-rw-r--r-- 1 vedyimyn vedyimyn 1393 kwi  9 10:04 wip.sql
-rw-r--r-- 1 vedyimyn vedyimyn 3228 kwi  3 11:17 wykres.sql
-rw-r--r-- 1 vedyimyn vedyimyn  221 mar 30 10:22 xsd-update

The files that are in the Trash/files at the moment have been deleted normally, via Nautilus.

UPDATE:
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gvfs-ls trash://
results in the same error (location usnupported).
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