Chmod = no access to home folder!
Okay. Today I was setting the file permissions to all of the files in a folder, but when I meant to type "chmod 666 ./*" I accidentally typed "chmod 666 /*", no period before the slash. Not surprisingly, it proceeded to change all of the folders in my root to rw-rw-rw. Now, for some reason, whenever I try to log in to my regular user account (deathprawn) from the console, it tells me it can't cd to "/home/deathprawn" and then logs out. I have no idea why this is happening. As a test, I even tried chmodding everything in root to rwxrwxrwx, but it still says I can't cd to my home dir when I log in to that user. It works fine as root. I'm using Debian unstable.