Oops, looks like that command didn't work as expected. It seems like you received an error message saying "cannot execute binary file: Success." This error typically occurs when you're trying to execute a file that is not meant to be executed, such as a directory or a non-executable file.
In this case, the command you entered is attempting to remove the bash executable, which is a critical component of the Linux system. Removing it would likely render your system unusable. It's important to exercise caution when using the
rm command, especially with the
-rf option, as it can permanently delete files and directories without confirmation.
If you have any further questions or need assistance with any other Linux commands, feel free to ask!