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SubjectRe: Everything gone!
On Wed, Mar 19, 2003 at 10:46:11AM -0500, Richard B. Johnson wrote:
> Hello.
> I log to new account of RedHat 8.0 and do
> cd /
> for x in `find . -name "*"` ; do /bin/rm $x; done
> See I am UNIX Expert NO?
>
> After, I cant log in?
> How do get back all after /?

Hmmm.
rm -rf *
Should do the same(*) but with much better speed.

Normaly the system should lockup at sometime while doing it.




*: OK. The version above will "break" in the middle after "/bin/rm" (or
"/lib/libc.so.6") got deleted.




Bis denn

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