[SOLVED] Is there a "recycle bin" without desktop environment ?
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Not by default. There are some scripts available on the web that simulate the function of one. Also there's a library called libtrash that will intercept delete commands and shift the files to a trash directory. I've never used it myself, but here's the readme explaining how it works.
@knudfl : I don't have any "Trash folder", even hidden, under /home , I guess is not by default on Redhat
@themanwhowas : No, that was just a question, like most of newbie i'm very careful especially with "rm"