Do any Linux distros prevent the execution of sudo rm -rf /* so that people do not accidentally delete their hard drives if they did not know what they are doing?
I fell so stupid... I just ran rm /* accidentally, but I meant rm ./* on a cloud server with root access. Now, no one command works. ls, ssh, sftp... none. Is there a way to fix that? (Note: params ...
We all know the destructive power of the following command executed as root: rm -rf / Related questions: How far will you get with a 'rm -rf /' deleting everything: # rm -rf / I fail to ...