To delete a certain directory in Linux, you can use the
rm command with the
-r flag to remove the directory and its contents recursively.
Here is the syntax to delete a directory:
rm -r directory_name
directory_name with the name or path of the directory you want to delete.
However, use caution when running this command, as it will permanently delete the directory and its contents without asking for confirmation. Make sure to double-check the directory name and ensure you have appropriate permissions to delete it.