Questions about: rm

Speaking in the most abstract terms, whenever you delete a file on the graphical interface, the file is "moved" to a special "buffer", a directory called trash. You can locate it in your home directory, ~/. local/share/Trash/
The expression . * is expanded by bash to include the current and parent directories: $ ls -la total 2600 drwxrwxrwx 2 terdon terdon 2162688 Sep 10 16:22 . drwxr-xr-x 142 terdon terdon 491520 Sep 10 15:34
When attempting to remove a directory using a command such as the rmdir command, you may receive a prompt such as "rmdir: 'dir': Directory not empty" and be unable to delete the directory. To remove a directory that contains other files or directorie
Usage Delete all the files which have same name with ${filename}. find . -name "${filename}" -type f -delete Delete all files with