So after getting tips from three different sources on how to delete this pesky 20GB text file, I got a lot of Terminal suggestions. Everything worked fine, but of course, something had to go wrong. While I was logged in as Root, I typed the command to delete the hidden file (which I made sure is harmless) but then I got a kernel panic. Then I tried to restart and got another kernel panic shortly after the grey apple appeared. Then I tried to boot from the Tiger disc and got another kernel panic in the same place. THEN I tried restarting in Safe mode, but the fans on my 2ghz G5 kept getting louder and louder until it sounded like it was going to explode. Luckily, I have a second internal drive to boot from. My main drive is unplugged, but it has 90GB of music (luckily, i backed up 80GB of it). Before I take it to the Apple reseller tomorrow, is there anything I can do here? Any help will be appreciated. Thanks! PS: Before anyone asks, my music is all legal. Most of it is ripped from vinyl and I went through great lengths to add album artwork and all proper tags. I'd love to avoid doing that again.