Originally Posted by Spect73
cp Hello? ../Goodbye
When you are in one directory, and want to go to another directory, you must specify the path. As your problem was wanting you to go relative to your currect directory you must use the "../" to go up one level.
Wow dude, thanks! That worked perfectly. Can't believe it, such small changes, man I feel stupid now.
I thought you also needed to include the name of the directory followed by the file, like (Hello/Hello1) etc but you don't seem to need that either. Learnt something new there.
I had to basically complete this exercise, http://bcu.copsewood.net/osint/pract..._revision.html
I did and completed 2,3,4,5,6 which is supposed to be a bit more challenging than the first question and yet I was struggling on the last part of the first question lol