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Thread: Creating and moving /home to an EXT4 partition

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    Default Re: Creating and moving /home to an EXT4 partition

    Hm, I do not see anything that I can relate to your /home excersize. What I could excpect is impossibilty to mount /home, but that is not what yoy report.

    Did you hit Esc during boot to see what message are there?

    But I think it is better to start a new thread with a new title to draw the atten tion of other people then me. You can of course post there a link to this thread to highlight the history.
    Henk van Velden

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    Default Re: Creating and moving /home to an EXT4 partition

    To recap, do I understand correctly that the conversion went OK and that after that you could login with a (at least one) user and that that user was able to access the files in his/her home directory and work normally?
    Henk van Velden

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    Default Re: Creating and moving /home to an EXT4 partition

    Quote Originally Posted by hcvv View Post
    To recap, do I understand correctly that the conversion went OK and that after that you could login with a (at least one) user and that that user was able to access the files in his/her home directory and work normally?
    No, KDE failed to load, but I can logon as root​ in session 1. Otherwise, I’m stuffed. Session 7, where KDE should start, is hanging having announced that it has “Started Locale Service”.

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