Can someone post on how to add these custom actions to Thunar:Scan files/folders for viruses
Shred folders *
* I already have this but it only shreds files:
shred -u %f
on 11/05/2012 – Made popular on 11/05/2012
SabreWolfy started ranting about Thunar, and that got some of us talking about custom actions, and that made rhowaldt suggest a thread where people could post their custom actions, and that made dubois convince me to start the thread...So have you got a cool custom action for Thunar that you can share with the rest of us?
I've read countless threads about permanently deleting files and the answer always seems to be shred or secure-delete. Those things require typing in the name of the file in the terminal. What if it was several hundred or several thousand files?
Hi all, I've a weird phenomena. I compiled most of the components for XFCE4.10 and that's what I'm running - on waldorf x64. I noticed, however, after compiling and installing Thunar 1.4, my custom actions are gone. I mean they don't even live on the menu anymore. So to be clear, when I right click on a file or a directory there are no custom actions.
I need to securely erase some files. I have used shred on linux systems before, so I looked around and found that shred is part of the coreutils package in macports. I did port install coreutils to install coreutils, but I still can't find shred in the command line.
How can I get shred to work on my mac's command line? If it matters, I'm using Mac OS X 10.7.5 (Lion)
I am messing around with Thunar and Openbox, and am wondering:
I'd love a list view instead of a view with icons, which is doable, but it makes it hard to pick out folders from files.
Is there a way to configure thunar, so folders can be displayed in a distinct colour, and if so, where do I go?
Using find, it is easy to shred a directory's contents recursively (as discussed in this question). However, sometimes the filenames on their own carry sensitive information already. Is there a way to shred everything associated with some file/directory, i.e. it overwrites both file contents and file/directory names in each cycle?