Sorry, I “goofed” in the command quoted above. It should read;
sudo bleachbit && bleachbit && exit
sudo bleachbit && bleachbit && poweroff
(I have corrected the “typo” in my original post.)
You have to change the settings a bit. Here are mine:
Note that I have the program set to Exit after cleaning (you must do this for both sections, the Administrative and the Regular).
Once BleachBit is activated, you merely click on Clean and it will do so. (As a shortcut, which is what I do, click the Tab button three times, click the left arrow, and hit Enter.) Once the first section has completed, the second section will appear; do the same things for that section. After that is done, the final part of the command (exit or poweroff) will engage.
I should also mention that I have everything selected to be “wiped” EXCEPT for (under System) Free Disk Space and Memory.
Please also note that I have selected the ENTIRE file system to be wiped (this is done in both sections):
You can see that < / > (the entire file system) has been added to the defaults.
Please try running it again (using the command I have corrected, not the “flawed” one) and please let me know if it works for you.