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I would like to confirm my file.tar is been tar-ed correctly before I remove them. But I have very limited disc space to untar it.
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tar tvf file1.tar
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I am sure this has been asked before, but honestly, I cant find post talking about it.
Here is what I need:
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color red green blue
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rmf(1) General Commands Manual rmf(1)
rmf - remove folder (only available within the message handling system, mh)
rmf [+folder] [-help] [-[no]interactive]
Prints a list of the valid options to this command. Asks for confirmation before deleting a folder. By default, rmf deletes a folder and
its messages without asking for confirmation. If you specify the -interactive option, rmf asks if you are sure before deleting the folder.
You are advised to use this option, since when rmf deletes a folder its contents are lost irretrievably.
The rmf command removes all of the messages within the current folder, and then removes the folder itself. If there are any files within
the folder which are not part of MH, they are not removed, and an error message is displayed.
You can specify a folder other than the current folder by using the +folder argument. If you do not specify a folder, and rmf cannot find
the current folder,rmf asks you whether you want to delete +inbox instead.
If the current folder is removed, it makes +inbox current.
Note that the rmf command irreversibly deletes messages that do not have other links, so use it with caution.
If the folder being removed is a sub-folder, the parent folder becomes the new current folder, and rmf tells you that this has happened.
This provides an easy mechanism for selecting a set of messages, operating on the list, then removing the list and returning to the current
folder from which the list was extracted.
Using rmf to delete a read-only folder deletes the private sequence and current message information from the file, without affecting the
folder itself. If you have sub-folders within a folder, you must delete all the sub-folders before you can delete the folder itself.
Path: To determine the user's Mail directory
This example shows how rmf asks for confirmation when the -interactive option is used: % rmf -interactive +test Remove folder "test"? y
The user profile.