recent gutsy updates broke my pam config (maybe)
stdin at stdin.me.uk
Thu Oct 11 18:29:14 UTC 2007
Art Alexion wrote:
> I have been running gutsy for a month or two without insurmountable
> problems ... until this past weekend's updates.
> After a kernel update I rebooted. Now I can't log into KDE, and I am having
> problems in the console; specifcally cifs errors ,
> CIFS VFS: cifs_mount failed w/return code = -13
> mount error 13 = permission denied
> [manpage info (manpage not really helpful here)]
> pmvarrun: creating /var/run/pam-mountpmvarrun parsed count value 0
> When I try to log onto KDE I get a small, non-KDE dialog informing me that
> kstartupconfig would not start. Dismissing it by hitting OK results in X
> When I try to run kstartupconfig from a console I get
> trying to create local folder /home/art/.kde/share: permission denied
> repeated 4 times.
> Even though the owners of ~/.kde are art:art and the permissions are
> I don't have permission to browse as regular user.
> I think the recent pam updates broke the changes I had made with sadms to
> configure a domain login. I made backups of the files I edited
> in /etc/pam.d, but I don't want to restore them unless I can't otherwise fix
> Anyone else with the same problem or any ideas?
Make sure the permissions of ~/.kde/share are the same? Try this from a
sudo chown -R art: /home/art/.kde
I'm running fully updated Gutsy and haven't had any errors like that.
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