Undo an “rm -rf ~” command?
So I made a stupid error, I did a
sudo rm -rf of my ~/ directory. I wasn't thinking of the hidden files in there. Now instead of showing what directory I'm in, or my username it just says -bash-3.2$ where it used to say: [username@host location]$ What I am wondering is there a way to regenerate these files so that it shows folder location and my username, etc. Thanks.