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Following on from what @Ce1tic13h0y has said, there’s nothing special about the commands just normal commands you would use day to day.
Uodhixyd you have posted in the Forum with nothing but a possible Hello. This wastes the flow of the thread, the thread is Basic 1 Help. not a place to say Hello that’s the Shout-box! if you dont know how thing run on here then Lurk a bit, get to know the Etiquette of the place.
you wont get help only Flammed if you act like this…..
The challenge says:
now the only chance for him to be safe is that you chmod the file to all+execute and delete that file and the other file that tracks people
When thinking about this challenge, I like to approach it in “steps.” The first step is to find the file(s) that need deleting. Once that’s done, I move on to figuring out what might need to be done with those files in order to delete them. Finally, I suss out the common linux commands to do so. If you could narrow down which of those steps you’re having trouble with, we could certainly do a better job of helping you get through the challenge. I will say right off the bat that this isn’t meant to be one that’s too difficult. Once you figure out what needs doing, the solution becomes relatively clear.