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    How to delete file logged on as Root

    I use KPowerSave with KDE 3.5 on an MSI Wind using Mandriva 2009 PowerPack. I just set it up to Suspend to RAM when the lid is closed. The only problem is it gives an error when it comes out of sleep mode. I was told on another forum that I can simply ignore this and select okay but to get rid of this error message I need to get rid of the file, /usr/lib/pm-utils/sleep.d/06mysql.
    The problem is I have to be logged in as root so I have been unable to do it from Konquerer. Also, I tried doing it from Konsole and log in as Super User but when I get into the directory with the file I use the rm command but it won't find the file. Any idea how I can delete this file. Also, would it cause any problems if I delete this file?

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    SuperMod (Back again) devils casper's Avatar
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    Execute ls command in that folder. Does it list 06mysql file?
    I would suggest you to check too.
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