What would be the result of a "sudo rm -r /"?
Hey, so I have a question just out of curiosity. I have a dual-booted laptop, running Windows 7 and Ubuntu 12.04. What would happen if I entered the command "sudo rm -r /"? Obviously my whole Linux system would be gone. But, would this affect my Windows partition at all? Would the boot loader still be there? If not, would it be easy to reinstall the windows boot loader? Overall, is this overall just a horrible idea, or is it an option for wiping my Linux partition?