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Ruel Luchavez wrote:
| Hello...
|
| I'm tired of deleting a directory or folder in a server using "rm" and
| "rmdir" but before deleting a directory using "rmdir" the folder must be
| empty..what should i do or what command should be use in Free BSD to
delete
| a folder in a directory even if its not empty without affecting the
| folder in the same directory?

If you want to delete a non-empty folder, you have to use the recursive
option (see rm(1))

rm -r folder-name

should do the job.

Regards,
~  Lothar
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