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I have just successfully installed debian woody (bf24) then upgraded to testing and installed KDE, KDM, X and other desktop software. My installation only provided for 1 user account and the superuser account. I used KUser to create a couple new users, but whenever I log in with these new users I get errors. The first user account created at installation still works great. I wrote down the errors:
Could not read network connection //.DCOPserver_debian_0
Please check that "dcopserver" program is running
I am a new to linux and really excited to have finally got it installed and working on a computer, but this is really raining on my parade...(not to mention lack of sound and video, but I need to do more legwork about that)... Any help is appreciated.
I had/have the same problem with Suse 9.1/9.3.
Apparently it showed that I needed to add the link to pam_mkhomedir.so into /etc/pam.d/login so that at login of a new user the new home directory will be created. But with this line there's another error: I can't login via KDM (same errors as you described), I have to login to Console first, then logout, and then it works for KDM. Strange but I haven't found any solution yet.