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Enable Trash/Recycle bin on Linux

I have a second hard drive where trash is not an option. I have to delete files permanently.  Is there a way to the trash bin on this hard drive so I can get files in case I delete accidentaly?
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ai_ja_nai

8/22/2022 - Mon
ai_ja_nai

Has this hd a ntfs filesystem? what do you have in that drive?
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Oh yes... it's an NTFS file system.  I'm using NTFS because I also have Windows on my main drive which is only 64GB (SSD).  So I use the other drive to store my files.
rionroc

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Try to use KDE instead of GNOME, KDE has a recycle bin that can be retrieved if you want to.
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