sudo cd .Jim
That might work. Or you could use chmod to alter the permissions for the directory.
chmod u=rwx .Jim
The chmod command used in this way will make sure you (u) have read (r), write (w), and execute (x) permission on the directory/file that follows.
These are pretty basic so not sure if either of these will work, but I suppose it is worth a shot.
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