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Old 4th April 2009, 11:07 AM
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Question no directory /home/###! logging in with home=/

I am a fresh guy in Linux,in fact I just install Fedora 10 in my PC which has been installed XP for few days.In the beginning I parted 8G space for Fedora's "/"partion,
I didn't separate the /home directory.
Today,after I mount a new drive in my disk as /home(I renamed my previous "/home"folder and made a new one ,then edited the script in /etc/fstab to automatic
mount the new drive,after restart the computer I moved all files from previous "/home" to new" /home" folder.It seems everything is OK,but when I logging in console
I always get this message " no directory /home/###! logging in with home=/ "(### refers my user name) Does anyone can help this issue ,thanks
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