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how to delete temp and log files with terminal on vps?

I'm kinda pretty new to this but anyone know how to delete any temp and log files or these kind of files on vps with terminal? I'm runnin debian on the vps. I'm troubled since I can't locate those ...
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How to delete a directory from terminal?

I'm trying to delete a directory after a series of events take place. That being said, I need to be able to place this in a file to execute once said events take place.
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Why do deleted files continually reappear?

I've been having a strange issue recently, where I would delete files from a location (i.e. Desktop), and then empty the Trash. However, a day or so later (I'm not sure exactly what triggers it), the ...
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Cannot remove file on NTFS partition, event as root

I have a dual boot system, and use a NTFS partition as universal storage between Windows 7 and Ubuntu. Lately, that partition has been throwing CHKDSK prompts on Windows boot, so I thought it was a ...
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undelete a just deleted file on ext4 with extundelete

Is there a simple option on extundelete how I can try to undelete a file called /var/tmp/test.iso that I just deleded? (it is not so important that I would start to remount the drive read-only or ...
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Is it possible to import vmail folder from old iRedMail to new iRedMail installation?

Basically, what I did: Copied vmail folder to my local machine. Reinstalled my VPS. Installed iRedMail again. Created same users on the same domain. Question is - can I somehow copy over my old ...
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In Gnome file browser, fall back to the parent directory when a directory is deleted

I am using CentOS Release 6.4(Final), with Kernel Linux 2.6.32-358.11.1.el6.x86_64, and GNOME 2.82.2. I have enabled “Always open in browser” option in the File management preferences. I have a ...
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can not delete a file that has been memory mapped until all dirty pages are written

I am memory mapping files from java which wraps the mmap kernel function, it all works fine except that when I close my program down and try to delete the memory mapped file the delete hangs for ages ...