Re: unable to delete a home folder?
There are files that start with a . in the directory. These are often
used for configuration stuff. ls -lA will show you them, or just you rm
-rf to kill the whole directory and everything in it.
On Mon, 8 Mar 1999, Eliezer Figueroa wrote:
> I deleted a user and I forgot to use use -r to remove it's home folder.
> I erase all files in that directory with rm *. After that I used ls -l.
> It report zero files. Then I tried to delete the folder with rmdir but
> it reply that it is not empty why?
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