Loc: Florida, USA
Nevermind, I found a way to fix the file. I went into the /bin directory and launched tcsh and launched DarwinPorts to install nano since I can't find what directory the old one lays in so after it compiles and installs I can go into the /opt/local/bin and launched nano via the ./nano command and edit the file though the root account on the system.
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