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Old 1st April 2011
divadgnol67 divadgnol67 is offline
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Default deleting a file or directory

This is not an openbsd question per se. But I am unable to delete the following directory > "Pink_Floyd-Wish_You_Were_Here_(Japan,_TOCP-65560)"

I alwas get the following error > "syntax error: `(' unexpected"

I know this must be a complete newb problem but I swear I'm not a complete newb. If the answer requires further study of a man page or understanding of syntax please point me in the right direction.


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