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After quite a long time and many failed attempts, I've managed to get Dolphin to "see" the trash bin on a partition it missed

Posted 05-29-2019 at 04:13 PM by the dsc
Updated 05-29-2019 at 04:16 PM by the dsc

For some reason, and I can't fathom what, Dolphin only saw the home's trash and two additional partitions, but missed another one. Even PCManFM-QT was able to see and use that trash partition, while files deleted there wouldn't show up on Dolphin/Konqueror (which wouldn't delete them when emptying), and files over there deleted from D/K would be dumbly moved to the home partition.

I'm sure that besides trying to create brand new Trash folders, I've even tried to copy (preserving permissions) the empty .Trash folders just to be sure at some point, and also having a .Trash-1000 (UID) symlink just in case, but it never worked.

Somehow it worked today. Coincidently or not, I've also edited a Dolphin-specific settings file, ktrashrc, adding specific configs for all folders. But it didn't work immediately after doing just that. I did it and then copied and symlinked redundantly an empty trash folder, then it worked.

I can only imagine I've not really correctly copied the permissions before, and/or yet, it's critical whether the trash folder is .Trash/UID vs .Trash-UID, with the redundant symlink being just useless, not really "seen" by the program, somehow.
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