Login fail

Hello. I’m using OpenSuse and windows 7 on my laptop. OpenSuse upgraded something, and then i rebooted system. I wanted to enter windows 7, but i was a little busy and OpenSuse started loading. I switched off it by power button. Now appeared form of user login, however it was not like that before. And now I can not login in my user, only in root. I tried to fix by description OpenSUSE 11.1 Start-Up - Login Problems . But in console mode in acer user commands like rm or mv don’t work! What should I do to return my user back.

If I create user from root it also does not work.

Here part of my messages file
Jul 8 16:32:24 linux-ubuk avahi-daemon[548]: Registering new address record for fe80::ceaf:78ff:fe72:148f on eth1.*.
Jul 8 16:34:05 linux-ubuk systemd-logind[559]: New session 2 of user acer.
Jul 8 16:34:05 linux-ubuk systemd-logind[559]: Linked /tmp/.X11-unix/X0 to /run/user/acer/X11-display.
Jul 8 16:34:05 linux-ubuk systemd-logind[559]: Removed session 2.
Jul 8 16:34:06 linux-ubuk acpid: 1 client rule loaded
Jul 8 16:34:13 linux-ubuk systemd-logind[559]: New session 3 of user root.
Jul 8 16:34:13 linux-ubuk systemd-logind[559]: Linked /tmp/.X11-unix/X0 to /run/user/root/X11-display.
Jul 8 16:34:13 linux-ubuk checkproc: checkproc: can not get session id for process 1402!

On 2013-07-08 11:16, Moisha wrote:
>
> Hello. I’m using OpenSuse and windows 7 on my laptop. OpenSuse upgraded
> something, and then i rebooted system. I wanted to enter windows 7, but
> i was a little busy and OpenSuse started loading. I switched off it by
> power button. Now appeared form of user login, however it was not like
> that before.

Take a photo with camera and show us.

> And now I can not login in my user, only in root. I tried
> to fix by description ‘OpenSUSE 11.1 Start-Up - Login Problems’
> (http://tinyurl.com/kng8dq6) . But in console mode in acer user commands
> like rm or mv don’t work!

Why? what do you do exactly and what do you get?

> What should I do to return my user back.

Next time you will not use the power button. >:-)


Cheers / Saludos,

Carlos E. R.
(from 12.3 x86_64 “Dartmouth” at Telcontar)