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    I've tried thru Internalz and WOSQI and they stay there.

    I've got some files in /usr/palm/sysmgr/images/ that do not all have standard file names.

    My Pre is in Dev mode.

    Is there a way?
    Tom
    Pilot Prō --> M100 --> Trēō 600 --> Trēō 700p -- > Prē
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    Finally figured how to do it.

    Now I'm clean! At least my directory is.

    Are the boot logo files with BACKUP on the end, the backups from theme install?
    Tom
    Pilot Prō --> M100 --> Trēō 600 --> Trēō 700p -- > Prē
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    Quote Originally Posted by TomD View Post
    Finally figured how to do it.

    Now I'm clean! At least my directory is.

    Are the boot logo files with BACKUP on the end, the backups from theme install?
    Maybe add what you did for future readers of your post? It will help with searches and keep a new post from being started.

    Thanx
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    With WOSQI ->Tools->Delete File/Directory it seemed to hang.

    However with WOSQI->Linux Command Line there are more possibilities.

    I couldn't get 'cd' command to work. I usually like to work in the directory where the file in question resides. I seem to be stuck in root.

    With the 'find' command I can get the whole path name to my file in question. I figure this is safer than just typing out a long path name.

    For my palm logo file I used:

    OPPS just corrected an error here:
    find -name *palm-logo*

    You'll get other files with names containing your search string. Just pick the one you want.
    I can copy the full path name in this case:

    /usr/palm/sysmgr/images/palm-logo.bad

    To delete the file, I paste the path name on a 'rm' (delete command):

    rm /usr/palm/sysmgr/images/palm-logo.bad

    Hit return and verify that the file is gone with Internalz and I'm done.

    If you are looking for where a file is and you have a full or partial name, the 'find' command is for you.
    Last edited by TomD; 12/28/2009 at 10:10 PM.
    Tom
    Pilot Prō --> M100 --> Trēō 600 --> Trēō 700p -- > Prē

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