Recycle Bin (vfs recycle) for SMB Shares


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16 hours ago, Barboska said:

This line has an extra line break 

1. about this, I think this is one sentence, but for some reason it is divided

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2. Please check the help block :recycle_bin_shares_plug: 

https://github.com/unraid/lang-en_US/blob/38a00b44e1c9251be8af1cf3a78a88566ba3cee1/Recycle Bin/recyclebin.txt#L42

extra lines 41-42 got there, they should be higher and translated separately

https://github.com/dlandon/recycle.bin/blob/bd21514a3012effb7934b1f27ee6c48ebe1d0598/source/RecycleBinSettings.page#L57

https://github.com/dlandon/recycle.bin/blob/bd21514a3012effb7934b1f27ee6c48ebe1d0598/source/RecycleBinSettings.page#L58

 

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1 hour ago, Barboska said:

1. about this, I think this is one sentence, but for some reason it is divided

It's two sentences. Equal sign added in the latest version.

 

1 hour ago, Barboska said:

2. Please check the help block :recycle_bin_shares_plug: 

 Will publish fixes to these.

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14 minutes ago, Squirreljester said:

I just enabled this plug-in, but now I can't delete folders. Files delete fine, but folders won't go away, even empty ones. Also I can't see any recycle bin folder in the share. Do I have to reboot my server to get it to show up after installing the plug-in?

It should not affect at all what can be deleted.  It only puts files in the recycle bin that have been deleted in a SMB share.  The .Recycle.Bin folder is a hidden folder.  You have to browse directly to the \\Tower\share\.Recycle.Bin folder, unless you have hidden folders enabled in Windows.

 

You do not have to reboot the server to get the recycle bin to work.

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1 hour ago, dlandon said:

It should not affect at all what can be deleted.  It only puts files in the recycle bin that have been deleted in a SMB share.  The .Recycle.Bin folder is a hidden folder.  You have to browse directly to the \\Tower\share\.Recycle.Bin folder, unless you have hidden folders enabled in Windows.

 

You do not have to reboot the server to get the recycle bin to work.

I don't have the folder, I've tried to browse to it.

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2 hours ago, Squirreljester said:

Ugh, no, sorry I'm new to unraid, I didn't realize I had to start them after installing them. I enabled it, it shows as started, but I still don't have the .Recycle.Bin folder anywhere.

The folder won't be created until a file is deleted.

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