Re: Error "Not on the same file system" while deleting

В Втр, 06/02/2007 в 09:40 +0100, Alexander Larsson пишет:
> On Mon, 2007-02-05 at 19:44 +0000, Nick wrote:
> > Hello,
> > 
> > I'm using Nautilus 2.16.3 in gentoo. A problem has recently developed
> > where i am unable to delete a file on a nfs mounted filesystem. I have
> > four nfs shares which this machine uses. All of them have been fine for
> > months, but now on one of them I can't delete any files. Using the
> > console & rm both root and user can delete. If I login as root then I
> > can use Nautilus to delete files. On the machine which serves the nfs
> > shares deleting using rm works fine (it doesn't have Nautilus). So its
> > only for a normal user in Nautilus. I've tried reinstalling Nautilus and
> > deleting ~/.nautilus, neither had any effect. I've googled around and
> > appartently i can workaround this by enabling permanent delete in
> > Natuilus. This is something I would really like to avoid, especially
> > since this was working perfectly not long ago.
> > 
> > Any suggestions are really welcome.
> My guess is that this is somehow related to moving the deleted file to
> the trash directory, and that somehow ends up on another mountpoint (or
> looks like it). You can enable a non-trashing delete in the prefs. Does
> that work, that would prove it?
> I'm not sure how this can happen though...

Isn't it time to take a look at the patch at?

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