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Looking for a Secure Delete Solution for Redhat EHL/ Fedora Core

Posted on 2009-05-18
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Hello Experts,

I am looking for a solution to write over white space within a directory i have heard the Sfill command can do this but all i cannot seem to find this for fedora/redhat.

if anyone could let me know how to get this command on fedora or any other way of writting over white space i would be most greatful
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Here is a prebuilt RPM for THC Secure Delete, which includes 'sfill' as one of four commands, each command works with either directories, files, or file systems: http://rpmseek.com/rpm/secure_delete-3.1-alt1.i586.html?hl=com&cx=858:S:0:2269957:0:0:0

Also if for some reason the RPM fails to install, download it and compile from source: http://linux.softpedia.com/get/Security/THC-SecureDelete-10390.shtml 

This should get you going, good luck!
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This solution worked perfectly thank you for your help
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