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I am new to attempting to use the code for everything, and for once i don't have root permission on my user account as a back up. I wasn't focussing while making an Iso with genisoimage and created it in the /dev system, which is were i had changed directory to earlier. How do i go about deleting the iso I created from that file system?

Thanks in advance for the help.

Stephen

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Have you tried:

sudo rm /dev/yourfile

Only do this on files created by you. If you are going to delete /dev/null for example, things tend to break.

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