How to Remove a Directory in Linux

Posted by Feenta on Aug 9, 2017 5:36 PM EST
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Our second quick and short tutorial. Before, we showed you how to rename a file in Linux. Now we’re going to show you how to remove a directory in Linux.

Like most other basic commands, these will work on most Linux-based distros, including CentOS and Ubuntu. The most common usage is on cloud servers.

Generally, you’ll use the “rm” command to remove files and directories in Linux. But, there are different use cases and different commands, so we’ll go through them below.

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