Below are the instructions that I need to carry out:
1. Navigate to the Symantec AntiVirus virus definitions directory (default location is: `/opt/Symantec/virusdefs`) in the terminal.
2. Remove any `*.tmp` or `temp` files or folders.
3. Remove any numbered folders.
4. Ensure that the 3 remaining folders are empty.
Chance is that there will be empty files (zero byte files) and empty directories (that doesn’t contain any files) in your system. In this article, I will show you how to locate these empty directories and files and delete them.
The command you can use is the "find" command. To find empty directories in the current directory, you use the option -empty:
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