I bought an SSD, so now I have SSD + traditional HD on my Mac. On SSD OS + Applications. On HD data.
I wanted to keep applications and library on the SSD and move my home folder from SSD to the traditional HD.
I used this solution of creating symbolic link on the HD to follow my purpose. I opened the terminal and in my /Users/Homefolder I've typed
sudo rm -rf examplefolder ln -s /Volumes/nameofHD/pathofexamplefolderontheHD
So one after one I deleted all folders on my home folder on the SSD and created symbolic links on the HD.
The problem for what I'm requesting Super User's help:
One folder, exactly the one named "Download" any time I reboot the system reappears. So now I have two "Download" folders and I'm not able to delete the one on the SSD (the original) anymore, precisely anytime I use
sudo rm -rf examplefolder
After rebooting it magically reappears. Sometimes using terminal it says to unlink the folder but after some time I'm able to delete it
For trying deleting the file I've also used this app/script called Trashit, but that didn't work either.