I have connected my WordPress instance on LightSail to FileZilla using SSH. I could access directories and files such as wp-content, plugins, and the exact plugin with whom I want to work (tablepress-datatables-inverted-filter). But as I try to edit or remove the PHP file under the plugin directory, I am denied.
Here is the message if I try to delete:
/opt/bitnami/apps/wordpress/htdocs/wp-content/plugins/tablepress-datatables-inverted-filter/tablepress-datatables-inverted-filter.php: open for write: permission denied
Under Owner Group, I see daemon da
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