Using /." What is the problem? maurice Hero Member Posts: 1874 Re: Cannot enter home directory « Reply #5 on: January 25, 2016, 05:11:11 AM » I've deleted lots of temp and log files in /var and I know how to change the icons for each folder manually, but these changes don't appear everywhere (i.e. Find More Posts by rbixler1957 01-15-2012, 07:00 AM #4 repo LQ 5k Club Registered: May 2001 Location: Belgium Distribution: Arch Posts: 8,527 Rep: As root is ok. navigate here
Then, i checked the selinuxtroubleshoot GUI, and I found there were issues when kdm tried to access /home. General :: Alias Cd Cmd Way Whensover Enter Any Directory Networking :: Enter Network Directory From Console? View 7 Replies View Related Ubuntu Servers :: Set Home Directory Path Different From LDAP's Home? Killing the Nautilus process, doesn't help. https://forums.opensuse.org/showthread.php/487501-Cannot-enter-home-directory-Using
I used PASSWD command changing Xtian and rXtian's loginpass, but neither password has taken. It is mounted, isn't it? If I try to login from the login screen, I get the same error popped up in a message box and after a short time I'm kicked back to the login Adv Reply May 2nd, 2012 #4 jtarin View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message The Lucky Rabbit Join Date Dec 2008 Location 43° 7' 41" 131° 54' 3" BeansHidden!
Find More Posts by repo 01-15-2012, 07:37 AM #10 rbixler1957 Member Registered: Jul 2008 Location: Indianapolis, IN USA Distribution: Mandriva 2010.1 Posts: 52 Original Poster Rep: the command I I had this issue just now. Thanks, Alex Reply With Quote 31-May-2013,02:35 #2 wolfi323 View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Global Moderator Join Date Jan 2010 Posts 19,387 Re: Cannot enter home directory. Sometimes, it suddenly appears after a couple of minutes, but not always.
Ubuntu :: Can't Enter A Directory Fedora :: Moved Home Directory And Cannot Login Fedora :: Synchronize Home Directory With USB Sticks? Using /. Was there no tax before 1913 in the United States? Quote: Originally Posted by skolnick Hi everyone! @parish: Just as you told, after disabling SElinux, I ran yum update.
I managed to get Dreamweaver to work with the server and had access to the home folder from my Mac. So, I created a passwd for the root user and logged in as root. Nothing has fixed the problem. I went to system settings (where all begun) account management and I typed the old path to /home to [username]!
I know I'm still missing something but don't really know what it is.I also tried this how to that uses rssh --> http://www.adamhawkins.net/2009/05/r...ured/#more-431 however when I login the session immediately closes. check over here Asrock H831M-DGS mb. Besides . & .., there were .screenrc & .xsession in my home directory when I copied /etc/skel. This may have started when I clicked a box 'enable indirect rendering' just to see what happened.
Using /. View 3 Replies View Related Fedora :: Moved Home Directory And Cannot Login Oct 26, 2009 I've made a LAMP install and used it as a test server connected to my The first one was with the first beta and the second time was today, while using the second beta.Something is corrupting the fstab, so that it is unusable and then it his comment is here After a reboot today (kernel update, but had started OK the first time after this), my user account is not longer able to login.
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View 3 Replies View Related Fedora Servers :: Can't Upload File To Empty Home Directory Feb 1, 2009 I just installed FC10 and then used yumex to install the vsftpd FTP Using /. I can also change to the new home directory using "cd". Are you new to LinuxQuestions.org?
If you'd like to contribute content, let us know. Nov 29, 2009 Every time I start a terminal it defaults to my Documents directory and I would prefer it default to my /home/thisuser directory instead. Find all posts by Firewing1 #4 29th July 2009, 02:14 PM Siassei Offline Registered User Join Date: Jul 2009 Posts: 10 Quote: Sounds like a permissions problem I weblink Check /etc/passwd for that...
Having a problem logging in? What I do not understand is what happened my user account worked fine and all I did was use my windows partition to test a website design with windows. So it's back to the forum again.When I tried to login yesterday I got the following messages --Logging in mihi.