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Make sure no program has a file open from it, or no file manager is looking at it, or no term or xterm is in it. And make sure you haven't done an 'su' with the *parent* shell in it. Happened to me tonight - I was looking *everywhere* and couldn't find it. Finally hit exit in an xterm and saw my user prompt there.