Trashing on System Internal Mounts
Darktable 2.6.0 on Arch Linux, with ZFS mounted for photo storage. I would like to trash multiple RAW files at once, but received a trashing error:
"could not send **.RAW to trash: Trashing on system internal mounts is not supported", and there are four subsequent options. Physically delete, only remove from the collection, skip to next file, stop process.
When trying to delete hundreds of files, I need to manually click "Physically delete" for each file. A simple toggle box of "repeat for all files" would dramatically improve workflow!
#1 Updated by Marc Cousin 3 months ago
I'm having the exact same problem. I just had to delete around 300 files (plus their XMP), so I had to click 600 times. That's a new behavior from glib it seems: https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/glib/commit/d1eaf72c001279aa15a2135a0749ef864c8edb42c, https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/glib/commit/0d69462f146071ee4ad1407f9d9ac56f65c9d485
(which is even worse for me, as I'm using KDE, so what it does with the trash on this filesystem has never worked for me anyway).