In Xfce you click on the trash can icon on the desktop. Then right click on the file, then select "restore".
Ok exeterdad, I decided to try one more time before wiping my drive. So at boot, as root, i did a startxXfce and managed to restore the file from trash! Thanks for the help! However during my stumbling around I managed to mangle other things, so after backing up everything that I think I might need, I plan on wiping and re-installing SOHO. Maybe this time I can get a better setup!
Perhaps you or someone can give some aid with that? I have a 40gig hard drive. When I set up the first time I found that running lampp and dragonfly cms filled up my root partition and I had to start linking to directories on the home partition. What would you recommend as a partitioning scheme for that setup? Just a swap and home partition or what? Also,, how would I avoid the problem of /tmp filling up?
Thanks for all the help you guys (and ladies!) give!!