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Posted on 06-06-06 22:24
wow, i just got it myself. amazing how hard you think about something that's so simple....
i was trying to use full length dir. paths in the commands Shock...
make sure u use the a space between the $ [cmd], that's what was killing me for so long.
everthing that has been written in the articles basically tell you how to do this....
suggestion i have yet to see. use your knowledge from previous Basic tasks, this will help out too. hope that's not a spoiler, i don't think it is.


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Posted on 21-06-06 09:13
all the articles say i hav to chmod to a+x how do i write this? i hav some ideas

1. chmod a+x file

2. chmod file a+x

plz tell me how to write it.
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Posted on 21-06-06 09:17
try em both, but dont forget to put in the directory and you need a $ sign, in front of the commands (leave a space though)


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Posted on 21-06-06 09:22
wat directory?
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Posted on 21-06-06 09:25
wat directory?
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Posted on 21-06-06 10:19
the one where the file you have to affect is, its whole path. you can find that you self


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Posted on 24-07-06 17:55
ya i dont much like this challenge..... chmod 777 should work but doesn't plus if your root shouldnt the started be '#'?


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Posted on 24-07-06 18:15
no chmod 777 shouldnt work this is linux thing about it ,$ chmod a+x


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Posted on 03-08-06 15:33
LOL... A bit of advice, make sure your spacing is correct, it tookme half an hour to complete because I had 2 spaces between the command and filename.
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Posted on 17-08-06 16:27
sittingbull wrote:
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make sure u use the a space between the $ [cmd], that's what was killing me for so long.


Heii sittingbul.... thnx!!!!

I solve it but .... the challenge is really &^*%%^%$@###@!!

there is no real unix command interpreter... so every space it counts!! even between the commands.... not even 2 spaces!!!
ex:
$ chmod a+x XXX/xxx.log is correct... but
$ chmod _ _ a+x XXX/xxx.log is not!!!
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$ chmod 777 XXX/xxx.log is NOT!!!
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nice command interpreter...





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Posted on 27-08-06 16:50
I think tangelis1 is correct. In real life we should set the permission to +w in order to be able to delete the file
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Posted on 01-09-06 06:14
Is the directory *cough*records*cough*?


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