Vincent Vermeulen wrote:Empty the trash? The file is probably there and still taking up disk space.
Vincent Vermeulen wrote:Which Linux Mint version / edition are you using?
On GNOME, just open a file browser (aka Nautilus; for example open your home folder), in the sidebar on the left is Trash. Click it to see what is in it, right-click it to empty.
StanTheMan wrote:I have no explanation for this , but . . .
With Gnome 2.xxx , if you right-click on the Panel bar and Add an icon form" Trash " , then click on that button will bring up a file manager window headed "Trash" and listing anjy items in Trash. You can delete the files there.
But if you up-level in that window, you get your User directory in Nautilus, and 'show hidden files' will NOT show the Trash directory.
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