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SUSE :: Unable To Login Under User Account - Call To Lnusertemp Failed (temporary Directories Full?)


After a reboot, I am unable to login under my user account (mike). I am only able to login as the root user. I am running OpenSuse 11.0, KDE 4.1.2. This is a recent installation (about 2 weeks ago) and everything has been normal until today. When I installed the OS I created my user account "mike" with the password to be the same as the root user. I had also disabled the login screen so that I would automatically be logged in. There is no "login failed" message, I just do not move pass the login screen. If I purposefully type the wrong password, I then get a "login failed" message.

I have gone into Yast under my root account and changed the password for my user account. I still had the same problems - unable to get pass the login screen. I also created a second user and when I login as the second user, I do get pass the login screen only to see a black screen with a message box in the upper left corner that says: "Call to lnusertemp failed (temporary directories full?). Check your installation."


View 2 Replies (Posted: 10-03-2008)

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