Re: how do I delete not empty directories
On Sun, May 10, 1998 at 01:23:20PM -0800, Britton wrote:
> Good point. It's actually a dangerous thing to do period. It's not a
> question of if you will one day trash crucial stuff, it's when. I
> reccoment you make up a ~/recycle directory or something like it and then
> use mv -R whatever ~/tmp.
Possibly a dangerous suggestion. If you get used to having a system where
files are not really deleted, then one day you'll use another system,
rm -rf something and it's really gone.
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