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trash-empty - Empty for Command line trash utility.
Remove for ever any trashed file and trashed directory. This command is a part of trash- cli package that provides a command line interface trashcan utility compliant with the FreeDesktop.org Trash Specification. It remembers the name, original path, deletion date, and permissions of each trashed file.
To remove all trashed files, use 'emtpy-trash'. To remove files that have been in the trash more than a given number of days, use 'trash-empty x', 'x' representing the number of days.
$ date Tue Feb 19 20:26:52 CET 2008 $ trash-list 2008-02-19 20:11:34 /home/einar/today 2008-02-18 20:11:34 /home/einar/yesterday 2008-02-10 20:11:34 /home/einar/last_week $ trash-empty 7 $ trash-list 2008-02-19 20:11:34 /home/einar/today 2008-02-18 20:11:34 /home/einar/yesterday $ trash-empty 1 $ trash-list 2008-02-19 20:11:34 /home/einar/today $ trash-empty $ trash-list <none>
Report bugs to http://code.google.com/p/trash-cli/issues
Trash was written by Andrea Francia <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Einar Orn Olason <email@example.com>. This manual page was written by Steve Stalcup <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Changes made by Massimo Cavalleri <email@example.com>.
trash-put(1), trash-restore(1), trash-list(1), and the FreeDesktop.org Trash Specification at http://www.ramendik.ru/docs/trashspec.html. Both are released under the GNU General Public License, version 2 or later. TRASH-EMPTY(1)