Re: Emergancy...system configuration keeps deleting my user accounts in dselect
This is what I get..
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Del user adam
/etc/dpsyco/cmd/R05users: kill: (1442) - No such process
/etc/dpsyco/cmd/R05users: kill: (1439) - No such process
/etc/dpsyco/cmd/R05users: kill: (1437) - No such process
Del user sysadm
Del user guest
Del user sadmin
installation script was interrupted.
Press <enter> to continue.
then it goes back to the dselect menu when I press enter
On Fri, 2002-06-28 at 10:54, Chris Tillman wrote:
On Fri, Jun 28, 2002 at 10:13:26AM -0400, Adam wrote:
> I am finding out that my system configuration keeps deleting my user
> accounts when I do an install from dselect. Could I have installed a
> package which does this. The only active account I have no that system
> is root and my normal useser can't access the system. Theres and my
> accounts or directories in /home dir. has <user name>.deselected.
> I cant find the package I may have installed which does this. This
> happened after I have installed a whole mess of packages and now every
> time I do an install it takes for ever to finish and it says that it is
> deleting <user>.
Hmmm. How about
grep -r 'deleting' /var/lib/dpkg/info/*
(Assuming 'deleting' is really a literal part of the message you see.)
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