Santhosh Kumar D

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  • #3764
    Santhosh Kumar D
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    @santhosh

    Typing the find command followed by a period . separated by a space lists all files in the current directory.

    find .
    #3697
    Santhosh Kumar D
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    @santhosh

    If a file is write-protected, you will be prompted to confirm the deletion. To force delete a file without being prompted, you need to use the rm -f command followed by the file name.

    rm -f filename
    #3696
    Santhosh Kumar D
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    @santhosh

    If a subdirectory or a file within the main directory is write-protected, you will be prompted to confirm the deletion.

    To force delete a directory containing subdirectories and files without being prompted, you need to use the rm -rf command followed by the directory name.

    rm -rf directory
    #3674
    Santhosh Kumar D
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    @santhosh

    That’s a good initiative. Looking forward to create some crash courses on Mindspace.

    #2891
    Santhosh Kumar D
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    @santhosh

    You can also press Windows key + X to get a quick menu displaying many useful options including the Task Manager.

    #2138
    Santhosh Kumar D
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    @santhosh

    And, if you want to delete an issued certificate for a particular domain name, you can do so with the following command.
    sudo certbot delete --cert-name example.com

    #1963
    Santhosh Kumar D
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    @santhosh

    Hi Wesley Santos, please erase the skip-grant-tables and skip-networking lines you added in Step 3.
    Many thanks for the clarification. I have added it as step 8 in the above tutorial.

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