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Hello,

I'm sure you're all getting sick of my being so vocal, but here goes anyway.

I was messing around as root in KDE and found the KUser application.  I tried 
adding a user (my girlfriend), and when done, nobody could log in.  I managed 
to boot into single user, which logged me in a toor.  I had to mount the file 
systems r/w and finally got my username's password reset, after finding a 
bunch of format errors in the /etc/master.passwd file.  My problem is that 
the was no root user listed, just toor and all the others.  How can I change 
this?  Also, I've set the console as insecure, so it's going to ask me for a 
root password. 

AHH

In frustration,
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Eric F Crist
AdTech Integrated Systems, Inc
(952) 403-9000
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