My first bash-like question I actually solved, learnt alot. At first I tried to see what I could do, obviously I looked at /bin. Nothing really familiar (I'm still a noob at linux) but one binary really caught my attention, setpriv
I realized that there is a busybox binary, that could probably give me more binaries to use, but i couldn't access it
I fiddled around at it turns out `setpriv --nnp` gives us uid 0 (which somehow isnt root (?) ), this is interesting because maybe uid 0 has more ownership in the shell.
Also it turns out with `setpriv /bin/busybox` I can run the binaries in busybox, such as cat, less, etc. But with this im still uid 1338.
So combining the 2 tricks above I can use the other binaries with "root" (uid 0 :P)
#### Unintended Solution :o
I found using `ls -Rla` that there is a folder named /srv/challenge_setup, owned by uid 0. Looking into the folder I see this xD
"Whoops I dont think i should be here", oh well I'll just try to cat the files..."
"Wow it worked"
#### Easier way
`setpriv --nnp` isnt good actually, I could instead just do `setpriv busybox` and do a chmod on both README.flag and ORME.flag in /challenge. Oh well atleast i solved it and learnt alot