I guess my question is closer to "How would I go about editing a .conf file from a remote connection via an ssh terminal?"
I downloaded an ssh emulator to my iPhone which works fine and dandy, and I can ssh to my computer at home via DNS services. Right now I'm trying to annoy my room mates who are home right now my getting my machine to beep. In order to do that I need to edit /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.config. I tried sudoedit but I got no text. Anything graphical is out of the question, because I'm essentially in a dedicated terminal like if you pressed Ctrl+alt+F1.