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Old 07-07-2010, 06:31 PM   #1
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LXer: Adding a Secure Delete Option to Nautilus File Manager in Linux

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This tutorial will show you how to add a secure-delete option to the contextual menu in Ubuntu and Fedora Linux. We all know that when you simply delete a file, itís possible to recover it later. Sometimes this is useful, if you accidentally delete something important; but usually this is a problem, and you really want that file gone forever. Additionally, this tutorial can be adapted to add any command to the Nautilus context menu.



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