Θέμα: Re: Dangerous use of 'rm'
ingou88 at yahoo.gr
Fri Jul 7 16:35:53 BST 2006
--- Stephen Allen <freebsduk at rowyerboat.com> wrote:
> James O'Gorman wrote:
> > So alias rm to rm -i and then when you're ready to
> add the -rf, hit
> > up, Ctrl-A and then right arrow three times to
> type -rf. Surely this
> > isn't too much effort to ensure the safety of your
> Aha! - Now that helps a lot. Ctrl+A is used as
> 'Home'. I've always
> been struggling (and still am) with getting all the
> keymap stuff to work
> in FreeBSD properly (by properly, I mean
> Home/End/Del/Backspace stuff).
> Ctrl+A will do while I work on the keymaps.
> Thanks James,
> Steve :)
if 'rm <file>' fails, then there are two reasons:
either is another users file or read only
or is a directory.
if you alias rm -rf, don't do it in an 'rm'
meaning 'alias rm rm -rf'
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