Subject: Little prob with rm
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List: current-users
Date: 10/27/1994 09:35:10
Found an interesting, er..., problem (?) with rm the other day. Doing
an 'rm -rf' on some directory, say '/tmp/fred', by typing 'rm -rf
/tmp/fred', works fine, but typing 'rm -rf /tmp/fred/' complains that
/tmp/fred/ is a directory. Don't have the time to look at it right now,
if nobody else gets to it before I do, though, I might be able to look
at it in about a week. It may even be fixed, though I'm running with
files I supped (suped?) on Oct 26 (yesterday), and it still does it.

Mike B