On Tue 12 Jul 2005 22:35, Rick Moen wrote:
> > How do I delete this file, called "-1234" ?
> Figure out some way to name the file so that it doesn't begin
> with a dash. The simplest answer is to use
>> rm ./-filename
Is there anything you don't know?
[tim at william ~]$ rm ./-2005*
[tim at william ~]$ ls ./-2005*
ls: ./-2005*: No such file or directory
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