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Posted on 03-02-06 15:07
Okay,

I found the files right?
is the format:
$chmod+execute file?
$ rm file
$ rm file

but for chmod Idk if I have to 777 or.. arg, I been reading and I have an idea but I need a push.. is there spaces or..

SwiftNomad

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Posted on 03-02-06 15:32
From the challenge info...
1. chmod the file to all+execute (phrasing here is important)
2. delete that file (easy)
3. and the other file that tracks people (how can you know exactly what this file is called?)

The format is (unrealistically):

$ command <arguments>

Note the space.

Good luck!
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Posted on 04-02-06 05:47
http://www.perlfect.com/articles/chmod.shtml

I been reading that and I am sure I got the order right following the guide above..
but.. do I need to enter all one by one or.. all three at same time.


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Posted on 05-02-06 21:30
I hate dubble posting but I am still having probs on this.

Do you do it one at a time or.. arg.


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Posted on 05-02-06 22:24
hi

you have to put all the command and then click the button.

$ chmod (all)+(executable) /directory/file.XXX
$ (remove cmd *nix) /directory/file.XXX
$ (remove cmd *nix) /directory/trackfile.XXX

Clik and smile!!!

Of cours you have to find first the directory to see the files in it.
Remember the space between $ and the command. The chmod don't need numbers in this mission. Just google for *nix chmod command all+executable!!!!