When I try to use this command (as root)
# usermod -d /media/erez -m erez
usermod: user erez is currently used by process <number>
Lot of examples on this issue but none of them mentioned this problem. I hope I am missing a basic thing here. I'm really trying to avoid USB boot (when I tried, I get "Boot error" and couldn't proceed from there).
- Some background:
I use dual boot on my laptop. (I keep Windows just in case .. =] ). I've create 3 partition:
root - 8 Giga
SWAP - 2 Giga
- some ntfs - 25 Giga (that supposed to be for data, /home etc. )
My /home directory seems to be linked to the wrong partition (to the root), instead of the ntfs. [ I don't know for sure, but from reading, it happened due to adding another user. But again, maybe just a bad installation...]
With gparted, There is a 'key' sign next to the 2 partitions I've created (the root and the ntfs). Is it part of the problem?