I’ve noticed a couple of threads here where you seem to ask for help too soon. The catch-call for Offensive Security is “try harder”, for very good reason. If you ask here, and you get help, what did you learn? Just that exploit, if that? This industry / hobby / whatever it is to you is about persistence. It’s not uncommon to spend -days- on a single task for a box. You will often feel like you’re trying the same thing over and over, but through your persistence you will learn.
Please, can we not develop a habit of giving out hints here and in the slack channel. It just ruins the journey for people and waters down a process that should be hard won to maximize what you learn. If you get stuck then pull apart your enumeration, work out what is running on a box, identify the weak points in your knowledge and start learning about them - then re-review. You’ll be surprised how much you learn, and more often than not the path to a solution will become clearer to you.
And with that in mind: