> * * * * * rm -f `/bin/find -name core` > > If I'm thinking correctly, this'll delete every core file in your home > directory's path every minute. Good enough? (Actually, you may end up > deleting all the core files on the system, if you're able. Well, it's > everyone else's fault for not protecting them properly, or something.) It would be a nice idea to add a path for find, in general. However, as the guy originally asking this question stated that he's not root I would suggest to him not to do a find through the whole / (as you seem to suggest) because then root will surely kick his ass };-) .... The easiest thing to do is not to dump a core in the first time, two people already posted how to do this for different sh/OS. However, if you would like to have the possibility to check the core after a nasty crash you might want to use a cronjob or put a rm command into the circle autorun script. Another nice thing, of course, would be inreasing your disk quota ;) -Aragorn@MultiMUD -- Dr. Stefan A. Rensing Institute of Biology II/III - Schaenzlestr. 1 SysOp, Biologist, Trainer D-79104 Germany, FON: +49 761 203-2676 / FAX: 2675 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org MUD: port 4242 on that <- host URL http://uhura.biologie.uni-freiburg.de/lije.html Aragorn, IMP of MULTI MUD "I love you !" "I know."
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