Hello kind linux-expert-soul, please help me erase files without r and w-rights through the web-interface...? (I installed Transmission and missed to change read and write-rights).
Understand that I must erase through the root and I´ve tried this in the command line:
- logged in as user
- switched to root by su
- found the file through find + directory ("Downloads" in this case, home/user/downloads)
Then, when I try to run rm + file´s name, it says "No such file or directory". How do I get into the right directory to be able to erase within it?
Problem nr 2: the files I want to delete are located inside the directory "Storage"... How do I enter this directory, it´s not available through user-login...
So, can anyone help erase files (or a hole directory) in "Storage"?
By the way, which setup is the most convenient for getting full r and w-rights? Now I run "umask: 0", but understand that a command like chmod could be better? Is it possible to fix by using a certain setting in the user mode (within the web-interface)?
Thank you, friend out there