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Re: Normal users can't login..

Ray, thanks for the suggestion, however I looked at that first as I am on a
space deprived system to begin with. Any other ideas?


Ray Dougharty wrote:

> I had a problem once with the same symptoms. My disk space was too low
> to allow users to log in.
> Root has a certain percentage of disk space reserved for such
> situations, to allow you to log in and free up space.
> You could run "apt-get clean" to clear out your package cache, if you
> don't mind deleting all of the programs that you have downloaded.
> Ray
> Corey Kovacs wrote:
> >After upgrading to Karolina's rc5 packages last week, I've had a problem which
> >is preventing normal users from logging in. Root can login just fine, but if
> >my normal user id is used, then things pause for roughly 20 seconds, then
> >ksplash comes up the the "Setting up Interprocess communications" message and
> >then sits there for another 20-30 seconds, then falls back to the login
> >screen.  I've watched/checked all the log files that apply, but nothing is
> >revealed. I'd like to get this resolved soon. Is/has anyone been dealing with
> >this? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I've even reverted back
> >to Karolina's qt packages to no avail...
> >
> >
> >Corey
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
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