I've created a linux bash file in a windows text editor. This file contained commands for moving files to another location under linux.
After i ran this file i discovered that destination files have "\r" symbol in their end. (I guess this is because linux and windows use different line end symbols)
So 'Dir' command shows that i have files like these: "httpd.conf\r" while 'ls' shows the same filename as: "httpd.conf?"
How do i delete these files ?
These commands do not work:
Rm httpd.conf\r Rm httpd.conf\\r rm 'httpd.conf\r'
I receive the following error:
rm: cannot lstat `httpd.confr': No such file or directory