DelTex Posted May 2, 2018 Share Posted May 2, 2018 Maybe I'm wrong, and tell me if I am because there's a good chance that I don't know what I'm talking about. But, "ls" which should by default list the information about the files in your current directory, only shows "udisk" and "version.txt". So naturally the next command I used was "ls -a" which should show all items in your current directory (all these commands are being entered from root just to be clear). I expected then to see all the files I see when I plug my BB in switched to arming mode (i.e. loot, payloads, tools, docs, languages, versions, config, bunnyupdater, a few .exe and extra .txt files I have in there, etc...) This is not what I saw, instead I saw things like ".bash_history" and ".bashrc". Not what I expected, but again I'm learning here so maybe everything is as it should be? I tried the same things with "dir" and "dir -a" and received the same results. However, when I typed "cd /tools" it threw me into "root@bunny:/tools#"... "/tools" didn't show up in any of my previously entered requests to list what was in the current "dir"... So I'm confused... I even tried some special requests that specify the listing of items that contain "/"'s in them. Nothing. If you have any idea here on what I should do, your explanation would be much appreciated. Please explain your answer if you don't mind though, I'm trying to understand and learn here and not just copy and paste text. Thanks! (Below is a picture of my input and the output I got while being SSH'ed into my BB via. PuTTY using the COM connection type, thanks again) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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