This article will guide you on how to delete a #directory in #Linux using the #rm, rmdir and find commands.
It is quite easy to delete a directory in Linux whether it contains files and other #subdirectories, or simply if it is empty.
To delete (i.e. remove) a directory and all the sub-directories and files that it contains, navigate to its parent directory, and then use the command rm -r followed by the name of the directory you want to delete (e.g. rm -r directory-name ).
The “-rf” flag, along with the “rm” command, removes a directory recursively without prompting the user for confirmation.