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Posted on 08-06-06 05:12
Hey all,

I am up to the ftp bit and am stuck. I tries cd /etc/ didnt work and tried a number of other commands but none of them worked..

Any Ideas?
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Posted on 08-06-06 05:49
I am also stuck.

I get to ftp, but then I am lost. Do I then cd to the dir?


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Posted on 08-06-06 07:24
AsYLuM,

you can only move directory using cd .. or, cd *file/folder name here* (but that only works if your in the directory of that file or folder).





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Posted on 08-06-06 10:00
change directory to somewhere you can get the password from then use "meow" to get the password.

The hardest thing i found about this one was how to cd i was doing it all wrong Frown ..

look up on where the password file is in linux.

Edited by dami3n on 08-06-06 10:00
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