Am Thu, 26 May 2005 11:21:21 -0700 schrieb Bob Nielsen <nielsen@xxxxxx>:
That should be: sudo chown -R max.max /home/max, which will change
files in subdirectories.
You could also edit /etc/password, /etc/shadow and /etc/groups to change
the name, keeping the UID and GID. Then you wouldn't need to chown.
I had to take a deep breath, guys!
i did the chown well: $ sudo chown -R max:max /home/max
no error on that.
but the final result was:
the login went well. the start of Gnome went slowly, halted at
Windowsmanager Metacity for a while, halted at Panel for a while
and finaly when that disappeared and Gnome should have come up there was
for at least 4 minutes nothing than an empty screen.
so i went back, and was happy the CHOWN did its work again for the old
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