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OpenSUSE Install :: Call To Lnusertemp Failed - Temporary Directories Full?


opensuse 11.1 64 bit NVIDIA 180.22 yesterday i update my kde from 4.13 to 4.2. Before i install kde 4.2 ,i disable all repo about 4.13 and remove kde 4.13 .using one-click installer,i install kde 4.2 successfully.but i can not login my account in kde session. it says "call to lnusertemp faild (temporary directories full?)..."

use command
df /tmp
df -i /tmp
df /var/tmp
df -i /var/tmp

i found my disk have enough space,about 70% free space. i try to lonin use root account .it failed too ,with same error. any one know what is the matter about my kde 4.2?


View 5 Replies (Posted: September 22nd, 2010)

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yesterday i update my kde from 4.13 to 4.2.
Before i install kde 4.2 ,i disable all repo about 4.13

and remove kde 4.13 .using one-click installer,i install kde 4.2 successfully.but i can not login my account in kde session .it says

"call to lnusertemp faild (temporary directories full?)..."
use command
df /tmp
df -i /tmp
df /var/tmp
df -i /var/tmp

i found my disk have enough space,about 70% free space.i try to lonin use root account .it failed too ,with same error.any one know what is the matter about my kde 4.2?

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