Re: [debian-users] Re: Need to remove a ghost file, but can't because it doesn't exist
# rm -f 1141914051.*
No promises... but something like that worked once for me in a similar
Ah, hadn't tried that yet. Too bad it didn't work.
$ rm -i 1141914051.*
rm: cannot lstat
No such file or directory
What happens if you use bash filename completion on the rm line? Does the
shell escape all the characters it needs to?
(ie: rm 1141914051.<tab> in bash)