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    Hi fairly new to linux so ive had a few problems, gone on to root user to solve a problem /var/log/apache2/error.log apache error, what commands would i need to use for removeing (example) tmpfile :1: the error ive tryed things like rm -f -r [filename] but nothing is helping due to the obvious (being in root) any C++ commands that would help????

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    Removing a file as root with the command "rm -rf name" should ALWAYS work. However, if the file is still opened by an application, it won't be physically removed until the application either closes the file descriptor, or the application is terminated. C/C++ commands are irrelevant in this case.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubberman View Post
    Removing a file as root with the command "rm -rf name" should ALWAYS work. However, if the file is still opened by an application, it won't be physically removed until the application either closes the file descriptor, or the application is terminated. C/C++ commands are irrelevant in this case.
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    Quote Originally Posted by atlistemple View Post
    Thanks ..........
    Hi just done rm -rf working well, seeing (const char 114) 'r' for the next step any, idea?

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