Hidden files and system files


  1.    07 Jun 2006 #1
    Singee Guest

    Hidden files and system files


    how can i get ls to output hidden and system files so that i may remove them?
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  2.    07 Jun 2006 #2
    dreeschkind Guest

    RE: Hidden files and system files


    use the -force



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    dreeschkind


    "Singee" wrote:

    > how can i get ls to output hidden and system files so that i may remove them?

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

Hidden files and system files

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