When will os.remove fail?
frank at chagford.com
Tue Mar 14 10:29:02 EDT 2017
"Frank Millman" wrote in message news:oa8uaf$k9e$1 at blaine.gmane.org...
> On Fedora 22 (and for many previous versions) I have noticed that, if I
in as 'root', it does prompt, but if I log in as an ordinary user, it does
> If I type 'alias' at the console, it lists current aliases. 'root' shows
exactly what Jon quoted above. 'frank' shows no alias for 'rm'.
> I had a quick look to see what was setting it, but there is nothing in
/etc/profile or in /etc/bashrc. I don't know where else to check.
I should have looked a bit harder. It is in /root/.bashrc -
alias rm='rm -i'
alias cp='cp -i'
alias mv='mv -i'
More information about the Python-list