I know this has been discussed more often, but after having Suse 11.0 installed for a while, I finally got Xen to work. Not someone to boot often unless really necessary, I rebooted after say two weeks, and now I am no longer able to log in to X with anything other than root.
Anytime I try, I get a message that the session lasted less than 10 seconds, and that I might have a disk space issue.
/home is a separate partition, / is 20 GiB big, and from what I can collect, /dev/sda1 seems to be full.
This is the first part of the .xsessionerrors file:
chown: changing ownership of
/dev/xconsole': Operation not permitted chmod: changing permissions of /dev/xconsole’: Operation not permitted
/etc/X11/xim: Checking whether an input method should be started.
/etc/X11/xim: user environment variable LANG=en_US.UTF-8
sourcing /etc/sysconfig/language to get the value of INPUT_METHOD
INPUT_METHOD is set to none.
Trying to start this user selected input method first …
Dummy input method “none” (do not use any input method at all by default)
Start of none succeeded.
Warning: No symbols defined for <SYRQ> (keycode 92)
Then there are about 20-30 of these “Warning: No symbols” lines, followed by two or three of these:
GConf-ERROR **: Resource problem creating ‘/tmp/gconfd-thorwald’
/usr/bin/gnome: line 22: 5605 Aborted gconftool-2 -u /desktop/gnome/background/picture_filename
Yes, I run Gnome, and yes, any other non-root user has the same issue (normally only have thorwald as a user, but I created a test-user).
I have seen several threads about this, but not found a solution other than re-installing yet…
Who can help?