[SOLVED] USB - Hidden /home Boots. Non hidden /home fails
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Live CD runs with no problems or errors. ISO MD5 check passed.
Live CD - test boot installed - successful.
USB - installed following manual instructions. Test boot with non persistent /home - successful.
USB - installed and set password for Main /home and password for Hidden /home
Test boot using Hidden /home password - successful.
Test boot using Main /home password - error dialog windows
Test boot using Main /home password & Hidden /home password - error dialog windows
Error Dialog Windows as follows
There was an error setting up inter-process communications for KDE. The message returned by the system was.
Could not open network socket
Please check that the "dcopserver" program is running [OK] click x2
Will not save configuration
Configuration file "/home/incognito/.kde3.5/share/config/khotkeys_updaterc" not writable.
Please contact.....Blah Blah..... [OK] repeat click process repeats errors with differing /config/???????? files Then
No write access to $Home directory(/home/incognito). [OK] click
Blank screen hard reboot needed
Re-test boot using Hidden /home password - successful.
I tested the USB install home.tc with TrueCrypt within the Live CD. Using Main and then Hidden passwords both successfully mounted home.tc.
A test text file was on the hidden homepage as expected proving I had previously booted into the hidden /home directory.
Also tested using same using Main password, no test text file present as expected.
Last edited by hugothebear; 10-28-2009 at 05:18 PM.
Reason: Problem solved by Maintainer
That was indeed the problem I had set the Hidden /home way too big and I presume Normal /home could not load. It was about 40-50mb.
Working like a treat now.
Might be worth mentioning this in the setup section to give people a heads up on this error possibility.