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Re: Installation problems with home path and sshd
Marc Girod wrote:
> Others may answer better than me, but... I think there are two sources for
> the definition of home:
> the HOME environment variable, and the entry in /etc/passwd.
> I have myself:
> ~> id
> uid=1000(marc) gid=513(None) groups=513(None),545(Users)
> ~> grep marc /etc/passwd
> ~> echo $HOME
Quite interesting. My id command gives ("Josette" is the name of the user
and "PC-de-Josette" is the name of the computer)
and the echo $Home command gives "/home/Josette"
So it seems quite correct. It does not explain why the mintty console does
not open in the home directory, but it seems to prove that it is only a
As you can see, the user name is in the computer name, so the grep command
was not effective and I got all users listed. I noticed the following entry.
Does it seem also correct ? If not it could explain my sshd problems ?
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