Here is what I would do.<br><br>Bring the system up/down to single user mode. After you do this you should be log on as the root user. I am assuming the file in question is local to the system. Move to the directory/folder where the file in question resides. Check the permissions of the file (ls -l). Remove the file using the rm command (rm badfile). Be very careful because you are the root user and you can damage the system. If you can not remove the file, check the permissions of the directory/folder where the file resides. that could be your problem.<br><br>
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