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comment What's the easiest way to delete Vim swapfiles I've already recovered from?
If going that route how about just rm *.sw* ? It won't delete directories either (not recursive), though it will delete files called .sw and then something other than "klmnop". (Like swf's, though it hasn't been a problem for me.) But you could also modify the rm command like that: rm *.sw[klmnop]
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comment Linux GRUB2: How to resume from hibernation?
Yes, I did, and I left my computer on a lot more because of it.