No, I'm not trying to say that the commands are good. I'm just pointing out an observation that some people's sigs read like this:
Which is completely false and makes it unnecessarily difficult when helping some users. People seem to be missing out on the difference between rm, sudo rm, sudo rm -rf, and sudo rm -rf /. Let me break it downWARNING: Never run a command with sudo rm -rf in it!!!
rm - Normal delete command
sudo rm - Delete command with root permissions
sudo rm -rf - Recursive delete command with root permissions and no checks
sudo rm -rf / - Deletes all files that root can write to.
There are crucial differences. sudo rm -rf has many uses. Please stop smearing this command and update your sigs to saysudo rm -rf / or other important directories (/home /usr /bin /etc)