Re: login: cannot cd /home/user
I figured this out. It turns out that the "." directories
/. and /.. had permissions 700 when they should have been 755.
If you know why this should be I would be interested. root's umask is
On Wed, Oct 02, 2002 at 08:53:40AM -0700, Michael West wrote:
> I copied my root file system onto a seperate partition. When I try to
> boot into new partition as / I cannot login.
> I get the error:
> cannot cd /home/user
> When I boot normally and chroot into the new partition and run login I
> cannot determine tty name
> I copied devices ( and everything else ) with `cp -a` I have done this
> before many times without a problem.
> What should I be looking at to understand what is happening?
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