Honestly, I've searched the forum, and maybe I'm not using the right search terms, but I can't find anything. I apologize if someone else finds it easily, but this is the biggest annoyance to me (and probably the smallest most insignificant thing to others lol)
I have a file in my /home/<user> directory named -q. I don't know why, and I don't know how.. probably a bad cp or mv command.
So, I'm sure you all know what the problem ends up being?
When I type rm -q... it tells me that -q is not a valid option for the rm command. I've tried everything that I can think of.. rm *q, rm '-q', rm * (it's the only file in the directory, there are other directories though.
Oh, and the kicker? This is Ubuntu Server, with no GUI installed
Any help would be greatly appreciated!