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terminal delete directory not empty

rm -rf myDirectory
Posted by: Guest on January-16-2020

how to delete a non empty directory in linux

1. To recursively delete use

$ rm -r dirname

2.To forcefully delete use

$ rm -rf dirname
Posted by: Guest on June-10-2020

rmdir directory not empty

To remove(delete) a directory use:
rmdir *directory name* 
e.g: rmdir "my directory"

To remove a non-empty directory use:
rm -r *directory name*
e.g: rm -r "my non-empty directory"

Use "" when your directory path (absolute or relative) or name contains spaces
Posted by: Guest on April-24-2021

rmdir not empty

rm -rf dir-name
Posted by: Guest on July-24-2020

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