I added a new user to a fresh Raspbian Lite install (4.14 2019-04-08, Raspbian Stretch Lite). On a pi zero, I had direct access and had signed in as the
pi user. Via Wifi I had authenticated as the new user.
As the pi user I did:
pi@rpizero:~ $ touch hello
As the newuser I did:
newuser@rpizero:~ $ ll ../pi/ .ansible/ .bash_history .bash_logout .bashrc hello .profile newuser@rpizero:~ $ rm ../pi/hello rm: remove write-protected regular empty file '../pi/hello'? newuser@rpizero:~ $ ll ../pi -bash: ll: command not found
Restarting the device does not help as the
ll command is still not found.
Why did the
ll command "get destroyed" when trying to remove the
hello file? Very confused.