On 10/06/17 13:14, Frédéric Bron wrote:
> First user created in the installation process, no issue.
> 2nd user created with kuser from 1st user session.
> This second user cannot log in from sddm but he can log in from a
> terminal and run startx which works fine.
> Apparently, everytime he tries to login from sddm, we get this in dmesg:
> [ 8867.558759] sddm-helper: segfault at 0 ip 00007f141e369b1e sp
> 00007ffca5cf19f0 error 4 in libc-2.25.so[7f141e2f7000+1c7000]
Hi, nobody has this problem?
It's very painful not to be able to log in!
I don't normally use kuser. So, I just tried it and verified your issue.
The problem is that the user's home directory is being created with the wrong selinux
context. Just do a "restorecon -R /home/whatever" and it will be just fine.
You can see the wrong context by... "ls -Zd /home/whatever".
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