try installing and using xdm, i know tha is not a solution, but i've been dealing with a very similar problem with a friend of mine and the only way to fix it was using xdm (or gdm). If you can login with xdm, maybe we should consider a bug and report it.
2010/4/6 Smokejohn <firstname.lastname@example.org>2010/4/6 Iker Salmón San Millán <email@example.com>Yes the partition is checked and it is fine. I am really stuck here :(have you checked home partition integrity? are you sure it's no mounted as read only?2010/4/6 Smokejohn <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Nope did not help. Adding a new user did not fix anything too. I tried login in a console and then startx and I got some errors about xkb not being able to get initialized. Strange.... So the thing is that no user except the root can start a kde session.On Tue, Apr 6, 2010 at 7:57 PM, Klaus Becker <email@example.com> wrote:
Le Mardi 06 Avril 2010 18:35:51, John Kapnogiannis a écrit :
Hi,> Hello there. I got a debian testing installation and I currently cannot
> login in kde. I give my pass and instead of a proper kde session I get
> kdm's login screen again. I haven't done any upgrade but I did a really
> stupid thing: I hit the power button and turn the laptop off the hard
> way while it was in suspend mode. I tried googling but it gave me no
> usefull things.
> The .xsession-errors file in my home folder says Permission denied. I
> checked the permissions in /tmp and /var/tmp and everything seems fine.
> I also deleted the .kde folder. Login in as root and typing startx opens
> a kde session.
> Any ideas?
> PS: I did the instructions described in this page:
> https://developer.skype.com/jira/browse/SCL-510 in order to fix skype on
> me 64-bit installation, but I don't think it has something to do with my
> problem. I think something got wrong when I hit the power button. :(
#chown -R john /home/john
or any username you use ?
If this does'nt work, you can try to create a new user and then cope all your
files to /home/new-user.