I'm on a university computer that automatically mounts a remote filesystem.
I recently installed fedora locally and stupidly created a user with the same username.
And now I don't own my home directory even after recursively chowning.
I think if I give one of the accounts a new name and/or id I'd be fine.
but I can't be logged in to do that.
So I've tried creating a temp account in the terminal but I'm having issues giving the account a password.
I've also tried to no avail:I've tried what's suggest here but I'm not sure the fedora account's uid is 500.Code:gksudo gnome-control-center gksudo users-admin
Is there anything I can do, short of reinstalling ubuntu? I don't mind just getting rid of fedora.