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Remote Manipulator

Governmental » NASA

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ReMove

Computing » Unix

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Remove Means

Academic & Science » Statistics

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Remove Monte

Miscellaneous » Funnies

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Remy Martin

Community » Famous & Celebs

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Renaissance Man

Academic & Science » Anthropology

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Render Monster

Miscellaneous » Funnies

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Rendezvous Maneuver

Governmental » NASA

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Rep Max

Miscellaneous » Unclassified

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Rep Maximum

Miscellaneous » Unclassified

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Repeat Maximum

Sports

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Repeated Miscarriage

Medical » British Medicine

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Repetition Maximum

Sports

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Repitition Maximum

Miscellaneous » Unclassified

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Repressor Maintenance

Business » Products

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Requirements Management

Governmental » Military

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Rescue Me

Miscellaneous » Funnies

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Rescue Module

Governmental » NASA

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Reserve Memory

Computing » General Computing

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Resident Magistrate

Business » Occupation & Positions

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Residential Member

Community

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Resort Manager

Business » Occupation & Positions

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Resource Management

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Resource Manager

Miscellaneous » Unclassified

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Resources module

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What does RM mean?

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rm is a basic UNIX command used to remove objects such as files, directories, device nodes, symbolic links, and so on from the filesystem. To be more precise, rm removes references to objects from the filesystem, where those objects might have had multiple references, and the objects themselves are discarded only when all references have been removed and no programs still have open handles to the objects. This allows for scenarios where a program can open a file, immediately remove it from the filesystem, and then use it for temporary space, knowing that the file's space will be reclaimed after the program exits, even if it exits by crashing. rm generally does not destroy file data, since its purpose is really merely to unlink references, and the filesystem space freed may still contain leftover data from the removed file. This can be a security concern in some cases, and hardened versions sometimes provide for wiping out the data as the last link is being cut, and programs such as shred are available which specifically provide data wiping capability.

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