antonio montagnani wrote:
2006/4/5, Eugen Leitl <[email protected]>:
On Tue, Apr 04, 2006 at 11:50:47PM +0200, antonio montagnani wrote:
You mean a freshly created user??? if so, no I have not tried; and
until friday I can't try as I will be out of office.
In case, what shall I do??? I suppose to have to erase something but what???
Rename your old user directory to something different.
Delete the old user, and create it new from scratch.
Log in as the new user once. Log out again.
Copy all the files from the old user directory but those
which are already there.
Keep the old renamed directory for a while, just
how do you manage the root user???
Do you mean "Will the same steps work for root"
The answer is that they will, but it would be a little
scary. OTOH, a rescue boot CDROM can fix things up.
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