Removing a home directory
art.alexion at verizon.net
Sun Oct 14 02:40:08 BST 2007
On Saturday, 13 October 2007 20:55, Hex Star wrote:
> On 10/12/07, Art Alexion <art.alexion at verizon.net> wrote:
> So what happens if I remove the home directory, don't recreate it, and just
> log in?
> I would login with local root credentials and from there remove and readd
> your account to be safe instead of manually removing your home directory
I went ahead and renamed my home directory and then was able to successfully
log into KDE as myself. The AD login created a home directory in my name and
everything worked fine -- until I logged out again.
Seems the art that owns the AD login is user 14823 and the art that is a
console login is user 1000. Possibly, my AD/winbind/pam settings are
creating a different user number for each time I log in.
PGP fingerprint: 52A4 B10C AA73 096F A661 92D2 3B65 8EAC ACC5 BA7A
The attachment - signature.asc - is my electronic signature; no need for
alarm. Info @
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