no, no... what I mean is when I had first installed linux, I didn't enter in any users during the setup so when it went to the login screen, it gave me a Login and Password field window and I could type any username that I wanted (provided it existed). Now that I have entered a user into the system, I only am allowed to "click" on the user I've added and then I enter the password for that user. My problem is that I had setup a share to a windows domain through the use of samba and winbind and had done all the setup under user "root" and now I can't see any of the data that I have transfered to the linux home drive. I would like to say the exact message that it gives me when it first trys to mount the partition but I don't know where to find any log files (like an event viewer).
My only idea is to login as root and see if I can some how correct the mounting problem. Come to think of it.... not exactly sure how to do that either......