10 Most Dangerous Commands – You Should Never Execute on Linux

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  1. l3v14th4n says:

    Hmm… Thanks for the article. But KJ is right: “I doubt this is going to work, you will get an error message like: mv: target ‘/dev/null’ is not a directory or mv: cannot overwrite non-directory ‘/dev/null’ with directory ‘folder’”

    It is impossible to move folders to /dev/null. One would expect the author of a guide like this to actually have tried the commands before writing an “expert” article about it… But is that just me being overly critical??? However, files can be moved there. But these files will overwrite /dev/null-content.

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