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root@remote:/home/remotedesktop# cd ../asterisk-1.4.22
bash: cd: ../asterisk-1.4.22: No such file or directory
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from /home/remotedesktop  do

ls ..

you'll see the file doesn't exist.

It's saying there is no file /home/asterisk-1.4.22

not that it's locked

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