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comment Linux – cannot remove owned file with 777 permissions
Actually I did try that, it was just those 3 files that I couldn't remove so I have simplified to procedure a bit for this post's purpose.
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comment Linux – cannot remove owned file with 777 permissions
That worked, thanks.
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answered Is there a Bash command to convert \r\n to \n?