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You need to make sure you have rm in your /bin folder. Then right click on rm ---> Preferences ---> change the 0644 to 0777. Delete away .
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    You need to make sure you have rm in your /bin folder. Then right click on rm ---> Preferences ---> change the 0644 to 0777. Delete away .

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    ty Ajoiner490

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajoiner490 View Post
    You need to make sure you have rm in your /bin folder. Then right click on rm ---> Preferences ---> change the 0644 to 0777. Delete away .
    THANK YOU!! That worked great!

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    nevermind...

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    This is the only part i don't understand:

    Step 2. Copy that Ďrmí to userís folder (or anywhere, just remember it is okay). Start the Terminal (Mac) or WinSCP (Win) now.

    How do i do this?

    (im on a mac)

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    Which part do you not understand? Start Terminal? You just navigate to /Applications/Utilities/Terminal.
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    no, i don't understand how to Copy that ‘rm’ to user’s folder (or anywhere, just remember it is okay).

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    He's just saying put the file called "rm" anywhere on your computer that you will remember.
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    wow sorry, haha i was thinking too hard on that one.

    I keep getting this message: rm: No such file or directory
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    Paste your session in here.
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    install mobile finder and delete it from there, makes life easy...

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