Unable to delete files that are supposedly not existing
I have an OSX Mountain Lion Laptop connected to and ubuntu 11.10 system in my local network and tried to copy one rather large .csv file from the OSX machine to the ubuntu machine. I stopped the file transfer as I realised it created several empty files in the target folder.
I now have a few hundred files sitting there which I can not delete using:
It is saying file does not exist....
sudo find . -name "*.csv" | xargs /bin/rm
Any ideas on that?
All these files sitting there make the system incredible slow :(
Re: Unable to delete files that are supposedly not existing
how about this:
sudo find . -name "*.csv" -delete