Erik Trulsson wrote:
On Mon, Mar 15, 2004 at 03:51:37PM -0800, Derrick Ryalls wrote:
I've tried lynx, but it did not display the files.
I tried emacs, but I was only able to rename two of the
directories to other names I could delete; the other two gave
me an error of illegal character. I tried 'rm -i -- ?*' but
it didn't find the files. I tried 'find . -inum 146 -delete'
but while it gave no error message, the files/directories remain.
Help! How do I delete these odd directories?
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That assumes that filenames actually contain questionmarks.
ls(1) by default displays all unprintable characters as question marks.
To see what the filenames actually are use 'ls -aB'.
To delete files with strange names you can always do a 'rm -i *' and
answer 'y' only for the weird files.
'rm -i *' returns "no match"
'ls -aB' shows me the file names, but even after carefully typing in what
it shows me in an 'rm' command (name in quotes) says not found.
There are \216, \235, \237, and \377 characters in the names, if
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