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I want to read some configuration file. The problem is that I can't move in the folder peers and typing the command ls -l, I see this permission's record:

drwxr-s--- root dip ...

I never seen that s, and reading on the web now I know that's the gid bit. Also the name of the group is unusual, normally I read root here.

When I try:

sudo cd ./peers

I get an error because the cd command is not found.

Why can't I move in this directory as super user? How can I resolve this?

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You can enter the shell as root using

sudo su

Then you'll be able to

cd /etc/ppp/peers

Alternatively you could just

sudo ls -l /etc/ppp/peers

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