yesterday I discovered a folder in the Trash Bin named
FdtN0bhKRX containing more than 700,000 corrupted files. I know the approximate number because I tried to move the folder to a USB key, and when I cancelled the operation, the "preparing to move.." dialogue was showing that mark. The folder is 1017Mb and the files inside are all 0 byte long.
I tried everything I could to remove this folder or to access it, but I failed.
sudo rm or
sudo su and then
-f options goes in infinite loop, which may cause a complete block of the system's functions (including
Ctrl+Alt+Del). I even coded a c++ program, which works great on other folders, but in this case it failed miserably. I searched all over the web and I couldn't find any other case like my one. The files inside the folder are named something like this:
S __FrO__ kj
I could read some of the names one of the times I tried to open the folder in Nautilus, because before the program crashed, if I clicked the back button, some of the files icons were rendered together with their name. The only command I can use on the folder is
Thanks in advance for your help.