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rm *.* will not work.
that's DOS speak. It will only remove files with a dot in them.
Struggling from too much beer last night, too little sleep, and too many OS' at work in my defence But, depending on what you were removing, it will still work, obviously providing they had an extension...
All of my files which I need to remove are
DOS named , so they contain "." .
so this solution is good for my case ,
if anyone else dont have the same problem , please
change it , so it will suite well.