Then restart GDM by either rebooting or by running "gdm-restart" (which will kick people off).
I hope this helps.
Does any one know how to fix the error "User's
$HOME/.dmrc file is being ignored. This prefents the
default session and language from being saved. File
should be owned by user and have 644 permission.
User's $HOME directory must be owned by user and not
writable by ohters."
This showed up when I login as root at the server
console. I looked at /root and found it was set to
nobody:nobody so I did a chown -R root:root /root but
this did not remove the error. Next I did a chmod 644
/root/.dmrc and I still get the error. The only thing
I did was change SELinux from Permissive to Disabled
mode and rebooted.
This is on K12LTSP 6 with all the updates.
David D. Nelson
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