Subject: Re: Where can I find a zapper?
To: Rolf Braun <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: xiamin <Ingerrn@cris.com>
Date: 03/08/1997 12:38:29
its really 'rm -dr /stuff'
d lets it remove directorys, -r wont work without it, unless -r implies
-d...i cant remember, i got out of bed 5 min ago ;)
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On Fri, 7 Mar 1997, Rolf Braun wrote:
> > I appologise in advance for spamming everyone with this off-topic
> >question, where can I find the src to a directory+contents zapper? I've
> >used rm -f on other systems I've worked on, but that doesn't work under
> >netbsd. Anyone know where I can get a program that will delete a
> >directory and it's tree?
> "rm -f"? Never heard of that. Try "rm -r" instead, as in "rm -r /useless.stuff"
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