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I went in as root again. and created a new user. and password.
I logged out as root and in as the new user. logged out of the new user and back in just fine...... I then ran ymessenger from the run command and set it up..... I sent a message and logged out.... I then tried to log in again... wouldn't let me...
SOoooooo, I logged in as root again and created an account for my wife...
I could log in as her with no problems what so ever. I could log out and back in... BUT as soon as I ran ymessenger and set it up, when I logged out and back in. it killed it and won't let me log in to my account again.
I went to yahoo.com and downloaded the redhat 9 rpm version and ran it on here.
I think that's what the problem is.... Reason being, I would get this same issue on suse 9.0 when I ran it on there.... So it looks to me like suse and yahoo messenger are not playing to happily!