deleting a file called --nostop
I've accidently put some paramaters in the reverse order and ended up with a file that's called '--nostop'
Now due to the hyphens I can't remove the file as the hyphens are always considered an option in things like rm.
I suppose an rm -rf * on this dir might do the trick but then I'll have to copy all other files out of here first.
Even when putting this name between quotes I can't get rid of it, so any tips?