On Sat, 2008-02-16 at 09:11 +0100, Lubomir Matousek wrote: > Dear list, > > > > I have the following problem when using rmuser (freebsd 6.2) > > > > ---------- > > rmuser -v hana > > Matching password entry: > > > > hana:*:1091:1092::0:0:/usr/home/hana:/usr/sbin/nologin > > > > Is this the entry you wish to remove? yes Remove user's home directory > (/usr/home/hanka)? yes Removing crontab for (hana):. > > Removing at(1) jobs owned by (hana): 0 removed. > > Removing IPC mechanismsipcs: sysctlbyname: kern.ipc.shmmax: No such file or > directory > > ipcs: sysctlbyname: kern.ipc.shmmax: No such file or directory > > ipcs: sysctlbyname: kern.ipc.shmmax: No such file or directory . > > Terminating all processes owned by (hana): -KILL signal sent to 0 processes. > > Removing files owned by (hana) in /tmp: 0 removed. > > Removing files owned by (hana) in /var/tmp: 0 removed. > > Removing mail spool(s) for (hana): /var/mail/hana. > > Removing user (hana) (including home directory) from the system: Done. > > ----------- > > > > The problem started, when I accidentaly deleted /usr/home directory and I > had to create a new one. I checked /etc/password file and the direcory > existed before using rmuser. Can anybody help please? > > > > > > Lubos
Looks like the problem is that somewhere within there it's expected that the home directory isn't /usr/home/hana, it's /usr/home/hanka Have you checked /etc/master.passwd to make sure that there's no mis-entry in there? Or just try creating /usr/home/hanka and see if it works itself out. James _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"