On Fri, 30 Apr 2004 10:03:27 +0100 (BST), Ciaran Johnston <cj at nologic.org>
> Bryan ODonoghue said:
>>> On my system (Fedora-1) cp -a already includes -r = --recursive .
>>>> Just as a general whinge... when I tell my system rm -rf / , I really
>> didn't mean rm -rfi / damnit.
>> You can get around this once with a backslash:
> \rm -rf /
> or forever by finding and removing the alias to rm -i.
in your .bashrc
And yes, it's annoying.
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