Bug 964428 - gThumb erases images to the wrong trash
gThumb erases images to the wrong trash
Product: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
Classification: Red Hat
Component: gthumb (Show other bugs)
x86_64 Linux
unspecified Severity high
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Assigned To: Richard Hughes
Desktop QE
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Reported: 2013-05-18 09:35 EDT by 35472742437j275u27u27k2
Modified: 2017-12-06 07:20 EST (History)
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Last Closed: 2017-12-06 07:20:05 EST
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Description 35472742437j275u27u27k2 2013-05-18 09:35:46 EDT
When you erase an image with gThumb, this image isn't erased/moved to the system trash (/home/<username>/.local/share/Trash/files), but to another trash can located in /home/<username>/.Trash. If you erase this "second" trash folder and erase an image with gThumb, the "second" trash folder reappears.

A workaround is to erase the "second" trash can and create a symbolic link to the right trash can (as user):
ln -s /home/<username>/.local/share/Trash/files /home/<username>/.Trash
After that, when you erase an image with gThumb, it ends up in the system trash can.
Comment 2 RHEL Product and Program Management 2013-10-13 19:36:04 EDT
This request was evaluated by Red Hat Product Management for
inclusion in the current release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
Because the affected component is not scheduled to be updated
in the current release, Red Hat is unable to address this
request at this time.

Red Hat invites you to ask your support representative to
propose this request, if appropriate, in the next release of
Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
Comment 3 Jan Kurik 2017-12-06 07:20:05 EST
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 is in the Production 3 Phase. During the Production 3 Phase, Critical impact Security Advisories (RHSAs) and selected Urgent Priority Bug Fix Advisories (RHBAs) may be released as they become available.

The official life cycle policy can be reviewed here:


This issue does not meet the inclusion criteria for the Production 3 Phase and will be marked as CLOSED/WONTFIX. If this remains a critical requirement, please contact Red Hat Customer Support to request a re-evaluation of the issue, citing a clear business justification. Note that a strong business justification will be required for re-evaluation. Red Hat Customer Support can be contacted via the Red Hat Customer Portal at the following URL:


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