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Basic 6... Broken Maybe


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Posted on 29-12-05 22:19
$ chmod 777 (dir)/logs.txt
$ rm (dir)/logs.txt
$ rm (dir)/aaaaa_aaa.ppp

Tried that, no go

$ chmod 777 ../(dir)/logs.txt
$ rm ../(dir)/logs.txt
$ rm ../(dir)/aaaaa_aaa.ppp

tried that, no go

Then I tried pretty much every other combination, no go. Can someone PM me and correct me I'm going to fucking shoot myself.Sad

Edited by rex_mundi on 25-03-13 19:57
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RE: Basic 6... Broken Maybe?


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Posted on 30-12-05 00:06
Try not using the 777 but the text one. I know its the same thing but I don't think it works that way.

Oh and you might wanna edit that... you pretty much gave out the answer Shock.




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Posted on 30-12-05 00:27
fr0st m0nkey wrote:
$ chmod 777 (dir)/logs.txt
$ rm (dir)/logs.txt
$ rm (dir)/aaaaa_aaa.ppp

Tried that, no go

$ chmod 777 ../(dir)/logs.txt
$ rm ../(dir)/logs.txt
$ rm ../(dir)/aaaaa_aaa.ppp

tried that, no go

Then I tried pretty much every other combination, no go. Can someone PM me and correct me I'm going to fucking shoot myself.Sad



1. read my article on how to chmod all + excecute HERE!

2. a"../" take syou bac k a direcotry there is no need.

3. do noe start directories witha / for example its "mnt/" not "/mnt/"