Protected File using Root Explorer

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    First off, thanks to all for sharing your knowledge on this site. I recently rooted and am using BB v.5. Everything went well and reading these posts has given me the confidence to dabble a little more. I installed Slayer's 1Ghz kernal and enabled Compcache. This is where I got stuck. I wanted it to run on startup so I followed the instructions in post #49 of http://www.droidforums.net/forum/bugless/85096-enable-compcache-bbv05.html?highlight=Compcache. When I get to the 01cpuod file it has a shield with a star on it. I have tried every solution I can find on here. I have selected and deselected "Mount R/W", I have removed Root Explorer from Super User permission log. I then reallowed SU permissions. I applied the permissions script in BB Toolkit (although I'm not sure if that is for the permission I need), I have uninstalled Root Explorer and reinstalled, and as in another thread I applied a nandroid backup and still have the shield over the 01cpuod file. Does anyone have another suggestion? Thanks to all, I have learned a lot already.
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    That's just a file type icon, just mount R/W and long press it, then select "Open in text editor".
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    Problem solved. Thanks.
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