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rozzzly17644ycurious, what happened? did it immediately crash and burn? I would imagine a lot of the files it would be unable to delete because running procs have open handles on them
long11454yThis happened too me too often (not root directory but often some work directory)
I use now trash-put instead of rm. Also add bash/zsh aliases:
# asks you before it overrides files
cp → cp -i
Nullfrog17When I was in my second semester of college I was tasked with creating a file encrypt/decrypt program. Take in...
terrabyte6First day at my first workplace as a dev. waiting for my laptop to load up, nothing happens, black screen. wai...