am a new Linux system user. How do I delete file containing a character ‘a’ or ‘z’ in their filename or digit such as ‘4’ or ‘2’ in their filename on Linux or Unix bash shell prompt?
I am trying to remove a directory named data in my $HOME. However, I am getting an error that read as ‘rmdir: data/: Directory not empty‘. How do I delete a non-empty directory in bash terminal running on Linux operating system?
‘m a new Linux system user. I need to cleanup in a download directory i.e. delete all files from ~/Downloads/ folders except the following types:
*.iso – All iso images files.
*.zip – All zip files.
How do I delete all file except some in bash shell on a Linux, OS X or Unix-like systems?
am a new Unix user. How do I rm (remove) all files in a directory called personal-files under Unix like operating systems?
am using yum update command with RHN to upgrade packages installed on my server, but getting the following warning on screen :
yum update -y
Loaded plugins: product-id, protectbase, rhnplugin, security, subscription manager:
Updating certificate-based repositories.
Unable to read consumer identity
0 packages excluded due to repository protections
Setting up Update Process
--> Running transaction check
How do I get rid of this warning /error under RHEL 6 server?
ow do I find out all empty files and directories on a Linux / Apple OS X / BSD / Unix-like operating systems and delete them in a single pass?
I‘d like to remove /dev/sdc5 temporarily without deleting partitions on hard drive /dev/sdc under Linux operating systems?