Move into a directory
You can specify the full path from the root of the server:
Go up a directory level
Go to your home directory
To see exactly which folder you are in:
*** it stands for print working directory. You will see output like this:
To see a list of files and folders in your current directory:
**ls = list command
**a = means all files (including hidden) should be shown
**l = means that the long format is used
**h = makes the sizes display in convenient units.
There are more ssh commands and you can find them here:
But basically, the reason why I started reading about ssh and stuff is because I have to use it somehow to delete files inside my private sborg folder named “torrent_downloads”.
You cannot just go to file manager and delete it from there. It’ll show permission denied.
So, to delete these files, access shell and paste the following command:
rm -rf /home/path/to/the/file/you/want/to/delete/