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spray190
how can you remove using the rm command a file called "bo*b" where * is not a wildcard, so yeah i need to know the command to override the wildcard behaviour.
Thanks
init00
QUOTE (spray190 @ Mar 17 2008, 12:31 PM) *
how can you remove using the rm command a file called "bo*b" where * is not a wildcard, so yeah i need to know the command to override the wildcard behaviour.
Thanks


I am in a windows environment right now so I can't test this, but have you tried rm * or rm b*
michaelk
Use quotes i.e.
rm "bob*b"
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