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One of the most commonly-used tools when working in a UNIX-like command line is the rm program. However, as most people’s personal experience shows, it’s often a source of accidental (and frustrating) data loss. UNIX is a harsh world. One mis-glob, typo, or moment spent daydreaming while typing, and you’ve lost your data. How do we mitigate this problem?
I wrote a script to “trash” a file to the Gnome trash bin, instead of removing it forever.