How to not get the permissions denied in the terminal?
Hello everyone, I thought I would take a moment to say hello and see if anyone could help me. I am trying to test some ruby files in my terminal and it keeps returning permissions denied. I'm a admin on my computer. I have checked the system preferences permissions, changed password just incase. I am still getting the same error. I tried using the sudo command and still returns the same thing. Any suggestions, advice, or comments welcome. I have spent several hours researching and no luck in resolving the issue. Thank you in advance. I hope everyone is well.
This is the error message I am getting I have seen it done. Am being informed to do what I am trying to do but regardless of the file placement.
I am still returning this: /Documents/Flatiron bootcamp/ruby/Ruby Practice/exl.rb: Permission denied. In the terminal.
I hope this helps to clarify what I am trying to do a little bit better. Thank you for the advice.
If there's a permission denied, it's a lost cause. There's a reason why its permission denied. Sorry to say it but you really cant do anything. Hope this helps ya @NewlandA.
@eekboi Thank you, I appreciate the polite denial. I know there is a way, I just have to figure it its a my error or a computer blockage error. I have seen it done in multiple situations so far. I just cant get it to work on my computer. Thank you, again. Hopefully I will figure it out one day.