This seems like a dumb question, but I'm out of ideas,
I created a file called --no-includes by mistake.
Now I'm trying to delete it...
I"ve tried putting quotes around it, escaping backlashes,
and every combination. I would use something like nautilus but my nautilus
has died somehow and I don't really care to bring it up since I never use it
There must be a way via command line?
any ideas? thanks.