Out of space, Can't log in??
I recently installed ubuntu linux. It works great. Except for the problem of being able to read my mp3's on my fat32 partition. I had to change to root in terminal and copy them over throught the CLI. When I browse them in nautilus they are listed as 'unknown file types'. SO after copying them over manually I can no longer log in as my user.
-It says the GDM cant log me in and that I may be out of space.
-Did I goof and fill up my home directory? How do I log in as root and change it?
-It wont allow root to log in to the gui screen.
- I tried booting with a knoppix disk and it mounts as read-only, not allowing me to move my files.