is it a trivial prblem?
I just want to use rm as an mv in the command line to a folder called recycle and later if i really want to delete the file(s) i will delete manually. i have put this "alias rm='mv \!* ~/recycle" in the file .bash_aliases, but it didn't work. Can someone tell me why (i think it cant be bash shell) and how i would overcome the problem. One more question, how do i make mv to really move files to a different folder with a check to see if the file(s) exist. if files existed replace the extension otherwise do as normal. I think i have to use a script but i don't know and how to link/execute, could it be loaded up automatically as i open the terminal.
Thanks in advance