Ubuntu: Receiving an Error when Trying to Delete a File?



Question:

I'm trying to remove some files from an installation I screwed up. I went to the directory in the terminal, and typed sudo rm PCSX but it tells me it doesn't exist even though I can quite clearly see it. How do I fix this?


Solution:1

If sudo rm PCSX tells you something doesn't exist, it probably doesn't exist in your current working directory. That means you're either...

  • Telling it the wrong filename. You can use ls -al | less to browse the cwd.
  • Or you're in the wrong directory and you should cd into the correct one.

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