And I forgot it ………… I was about to delete a folder which had many sub folders and files. I remembered that rm was the command to do it but it was asking me about every single file if I wanted to delete that file. It was frustrating enough and then I opened up my Linux notes that I had been making throughout my studies and I found it .. yay. Here’s the magical command that deletes a folder with everything in it without prompting. But be careful, it will not ask you anything and just delete everything.
Command: rm -rf folderpath
Example: rm-rf /home/user1/Bob
It will delete folder Bob with all its contents without prompting.
A Little Explanation: rm = remove -r = remove recursively -f = forcefully remove (Don’t dare to ask anything)