How to delete all files in the current directory in Linux ?
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- How to delete all files in the current directory in Linux ?
There is an easy method to delete all files in the current directory, including all its sub-directories by using a single command?
To do this, run the command shown below;
rm –r *
The rm command is specially made for deleting files.
The –r option will delete directories and subdirectories, including files within it.
The asterisk * represents all entries.
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