zedek at gnu-rox.org
Tue Mar 1 18:40:08 GMT 2005
On 28 fév 2005, Rob wrote:
> I typed mv file dir/~ and I now have dir/~ but when I go to
> that it takes me to my home which happened to be root, I tried
> to delete the directory and it started deleting roots home. Is
> there a way to delete this
> ~ dir?
Dunno if my answer got lost but a solution I would suggest is to
try a combination of ls/find/rm
My best bet on this issue is to list this by inode -i.e. ls -i
and then track this inode using the inum switch of the find
command to delete the item.
This is usually how I deal with such entries.
Hope that helps.
"sometimes i feel like we're making emacs better and better because we don't
know what to do with emacs once it is finished."
-- AlexSchroeder on #emacs @OPN
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