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I just started with SSH 10 minutes ago. I enter:

ssh lisv22@chusmix.com
my password

And get:

Last login: Fri Sep  9 20:31:29 2011 from 190.220.54.6
-bash-3.2$

Which I suppose means I connected successfully. However when trying to access any directory on my root I get an error.

E.G:

/game

returns /game: No such file or directory. Btw I also tried /html/game

What am I doing wrong? / how do I get a list of directories?

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FYI, the domain you mention has an XSS vulnerability. – icktoofay Sep 10 '11 at 4:03
    
out of interest, how did you find that out? – madphp Feb 13 '12 at 2:27
    
You're not new to SSH. You're new to *nix my friend – LatinSuD Sep 10 '13 at 11:03
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Are you just typing the name of the directory? That will make bash try to execute it as if it was a command.

Use cd to navigate directories and ls to list files in that directory:

cd /game          # sets the working directory to /game
ls                # lists all files in /game (since the default is the working directory)
ls /html/game     # lists all files in /html/game
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You can try ssh lisv22@chusmix.com 'ls' to view directory listing.

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