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Re: SFTP - How to delete a file

From: Dan Fandrich <>
Date: Thu, 30 Aug 2007 10:38:43 -0700

On Thu, Aug 30, 2007 at 11:17:06AM -0500, Mathew Simon wrote:
> The syntax of the quote command do not matter. Give any non-empty string
> as a quote command, whether valid or not, it gives the same error
> message. I tried the "pwd" command, which is broken according to you,
> and also the following flavors of the delete command. In my case the
> files of interest are in the "ReceiveFiles" directory which is at the
> root level (/ReceiveFiles).
> > RM filename1.txt
> > RM ReceiveFiles/filename1.txt
> > RM /ReceiveFiles/filename1.txt
> > RM
> > RM s

So far in this thread you haven't given any actual command lines or
actual code that is failing--it's all been vague descriptions. So, don't be
too disappointed by the vague answers you're getting.

BTW, have you tried using lower case commands (as documented)? It should
be case insensitive, but maybe something is weird on your platform.

>>> Dan

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