You're supposed to delete googlefiles.(I can't remember the extention), right? Well I'm in that folder, and I type (I'm doing my best to explain without spoilers): (remove file command) /(the directories)/googlefiles.(whatever) and that doesn't work. Shouldn't it, or is that file a trick?
you only need put the name od the file after rm. so if i was at / and i wanted to delete /usr/example/file.txt
then i'd type cd /usr/example
then rm file.txt
RE: Problem with Root 2 (or with my brain?)
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Posted on 06-12-06 01:51
Never mind, I always type out the full directory when I use commands that delete things, it expects you to be in that directory and just type the command and the file (without its directories). That's the thing about these kinds of challenges, something that might work in real life might not work on the challenge. I understand though, when you're coding something like this, you can't anticipate every exact wording a command might have. Thanks anyways!
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