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[Bug 241983] KDE deletion failed: Creating folders is not supported with protocol trash.
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  • Date: Thu, 8 Feb 2007 21:17:04 -0700 (MST)
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------- Comment #4 from rmatov101@xxxxxxxxxxx 2007-02-08 21:17 MST -------
(In reply to comment #3)
> One step back please! What you're just saying is that your computer behaves
> completly havoc.

Do I? It seems to me as pretty good old computer. I was just researching
someones complaint on very long period to mount USB memory stick and stumbled
over trash protocol.

> I think it's fair to claim that these trash protocol weiredness
> is the least of your problems.

Problem is that it existed, and now I can't reproduce it.
I don't know in what moment I got it. Playing with USB devices is not what I
usually do, and this time I went as far to see /dev/sdfX listed, but that is
cleared after reboot, i.e. boot scripts take care of that.

>Did you do some memory check lately?

No visible reason for check.
Recent mouse problem that was reported as a bug and closed very fast, was
probably dust on USB connectors, that made me think that I have software
problem, as 2 USB mice showed the same behavior, but PS/2 didn't and then it
disappeared when I changed some xorg.conf parameters, but in the same time
reconnected mouse, which is not good when troubleshooting, but I did it. Worse
than that, without further checks, reported a bug. Bad day.

> Or checked kernel messages?
I'm just doing that. What I should look for?
I see as unusual only kernel rejects for dead devices, that seems to be cleared
by hald unmounting them, except for some partitions on USB hard disk.
That I can look tomorrow, now is late.

dr-xr-xr-x 2 rajko 401 2048 Jul 16 2006 U3 System
is probably because there is some software preinstalled, and it seems that it
introduces itself as CD drive, how that can happen, you probably know better
than I do. The only weird thing is group 401 that I can't understand.

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