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Thread: UnShare Folder in Command Line

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    Question [SOLVED]UnShare Folder in Command Line

    I was messing around when I Shared my home folder, I then installed some programs so i rebooted my pc. The login screen showed up, but after entering my user name and password I got this error that says The home folder must not be accessed by multiple users (shared) and it mentioned something about having permission 644.

    All I can use right now is the Alt+F1 (shell thingie "CLI") so I really need to know how to Un-Share a Folder using the Command line. So Heeeeeeeelp

    Thanx in advance
    Last edited by Anxious Nut; September 26th, 2009 at 01:07 PM.

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    Re: UnShare Folder in Command Line

    Try changing the permissions:

    Code:
    sudo chmod 644 /home/youruser
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