[Digikam-users] Impossible to send pictures to trash with 2.1... and other permissions matters
photonoxx at free.fr
Wed Sep 14 22:06:10 BST 2011
The trash bug seems to be related to
As mentioned, deleting ~/.local/share/Trash/metadata allow to use trash in
digikam, but I don't know why...
Le Wed, 14 Sep 2011 22:46:57 +0200, Photonoxx <photonoxx at free.fr> a écrit:
> Yes, I use Gnome.
> Could the initial permission matter come from the same thing ?
> I'll try to look for this issue in bugzilla...
> Le Wed, 14 Sep 2011 22:41:36 +0200, Gilles Caulier
> <caulier.gilles at gmail.com> a écrit:
>> It's trash management problem from your desktop. Do you use Gnome ?
>> Trash is not managed by digiKam, but by desktop as well.
>> I remember a file in KDE bugzilla about this subject. Try to search
>> over whole files...
>> Gilles Caulier
>> 2011/9/14 Photonoxx <photonoxx at free.fr>:
>>> I use Opensuse 11.4 64 bits and I installed Digikam from the KDE 4.7
>>> This repository just offers the 2.1 version of Digikam today and I
>>> At the first launch, Digikam claim a database acces matter. I'm going
>>> Digikam parameters to verify database path was correct. Since it was
>>> good, I
>>> quit and launch again digikam, and no more problems occurs...
>>> But now, I try the panorama tool, and after trying it, it try to send
>>> result pictures to trash, but Digikam doesn't succeed to do this, I
>>> have a
>>> message which said that Trash reach its maximum size and I have to
>>> empty it
>>> manually (sorry if it's not accurate, but it's translated from french).
>>> So, I would appreciate if anybody has an idea of what happens... I
>>> know if it's Opensuse related, but the first time I install Digikam, it
>>> claims I don't have the permission to write Digikamrc (even so located
>>> in my
>>> home directory) and I have to set manually permission for the ~/kde/
>>> directory (if I remember well, initially permissions was set to
>>> or something like this, and setting Drwxrwxr-x solve the matter).
>>> Where trash is located for Digikam, since if I open nautilus, I don't
>>> any matter to send the same file to trash.
>>> The database and picture are on an NTFS partition with options set to
>>> me owner of the filesystem with the drwxrwxr-x permission.
>>> Nicolas Boulesteix
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