Let me clarify my question.
I have a CentOS 6 virtual machine, with
/home directory mounted on a logical volume (formed by 2 virtual HDDs). I used this command to create a new user named user03
useradd user03 -c "User 03"
and give him a password:
Everything happened normally. But when I log in with user03, CentOS give me this notification:
No directory /home/user03!
Logging in with home = "/"
The weird thing is: /home/user03/ does exists and associated with user03 and user03 has full access. When I do this
[user03@vm0 /]$ cd
[user03@vm0 ~]$ pwd
working directory changes back to /home/user03/ as it's supposed to do.
So is there anything wrong with my system? Why does it tell me that "No directory /home/..." while that directory does exists?