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comment How do I delete everything on my computer with one command using bash?
This sounds awfully like a "last minute retaliation measure" or "covering one's tracks at a moment's notice". Neither is a good idea to start with as they both may put you into hot water i no time flat. Secondly, one command does not mean that it will run instantaneously and make the situation squeaky clean in no time. Erasing a disk takes time (in the order of hours) if done properly, or done half-ass in a matter of minutes, from which a data recovery expert can rebuild the evidence. Your choice. Mine would be NEITHER.
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reviewed Close <Buffer 66 72 75 69 74 69 73 68 79 0a> error when attempting to view .log file with node.js
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reviewed Reviewed zerofree verbose returns what?
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comment zerofree verbose returns what?
This is not a full answer to the question, but rather a commentary on the accepted answer. Hence it should have gone as a comment to this answer, not as a separate answer. Welcome to the StackExchange Unix discussions.
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reviewed Close How to host a website on kali linux virtualbox machine?
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reviewed Close how the ping implementation calculating the round trip time?
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reviewed Reject zerofree verbose returns what?
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comment Unix Script to read log file
as @steeldriver said, this is not some place to come, asking others to do your job for you.Please show us what you did and where you are getting stuck. Otherwise, I'm afraid your question will be closed.
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reviewed Close how to use ~/.ssh/config with Windows/PuTTY?
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reviewed Close linux - show image on console / X11
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reviewed Close urxvt, vim and X clipboard
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reviewed Approve How to get window id from xdotool Window Stack
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answered Two cronjobs - First to start a process - Second to stop a process
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reviewed Leave Closed How to identify & kill runaway processes that runs, exits, then runs again?
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reviewed Close Why does reboot and poweroff require root privileges?
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comment Remove route from routing table by position
are you looking for a guided delete operation ? Like it gives you some numbered lines with one route on each and you select the line number to delete ? If so, it is not available by widely used system tools. But writing a small script should not be too hard I suppose
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reviewed Reviewed Wget: Segmentation fault (core dumped)
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comment Wget: Segmentation fault (core dumped)
WHere is your confusion about ssh being responsible for wget issue coming from I am wondering. There is no mentioning of ssh in your question. Then BAM! "it is ssh's fault". Please try to write your question a little more coherently, supporting your assumptions with what you believe to be true.
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reviewed Close Unable to configure font in XTerm