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Posted on 04-07-09 05:11
I'm having some issue with this one If some one can point me in the right direction that would be great.

i under stand that i need to have correct syntax to exec the command change the permission of logs.txt then remove the txt file and any other files used for tracking.

I don't get how and i am suppose to know the other file that is tracking
or the pwd.
syntax $ command
pwd?? /v~/lo~/
change permission 777
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Posted on 04-07-09 08:13
ok after not being so lazy I did some more reading. So I found the location
of logs.txt and the tracking_*.*

Attempts with commands

Still no successSad


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Posted on 04-07-09 08:43
This challenge is complete
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Posted on 04-07-09 19:02
Congrats. Pfft


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Posted on 04-07-09 20:09
isn't that a spoiler? It would be cool if you could edit it a bit... you're giving too much information there
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Posted on 14-08-09 02:06
Very interesting. I have ran nix for some time now and this did trip me up.By the time you get this you will be familiar with your logs locations. For the people who have played with nix before; yes, there is a directory where the logs generally are on most nix variants (or atleast recommended to be), yes the syntax is tricky, it assumes your at the right place and while php itself doesn't have a place here, it plays a small part here Smile