Recently, I decided to install trash-cli on my MacBook Pro after using it successfully on my Ubuntu machine. To set it up I ran the following commands.
git clone https://github.com/andreafrancia/trash-cli.git sudo python setup.py install
After installation, I decided to delete a folder using
trash-put. So I run
trash-put ~/anaconda/. However, this folder has never arrived in my
.Trash folder, yet it disappeared from my Finder (see below, sorry for the mess of files).
So far so good, the folder disappeared. However, when running
locate anaconda in a Terminal window the folder Anaconda is still there (only the first couple of lines are shown in the screenshot below).
Now, my question is whether any of you guys could have an idea on how I can delete this folder or at least make it re-appear in my Finder?
So far, I've tried restarting my MacBook without success. I've also tried to run
rm /Users/admin/anaconda which failed, too.
Running 10.10.1 on a MacBook Pro Mid-2012. I do have administrator rights and full access to all files.
rm: anaconda: No such file or directory
adminare the same user. I have renamed it for my own convenience purposes, but they are the same!