Activity log for bug #1478721

Date Who What changed Old value New value Message
2015-07-27 23:08:46 aleksandar-todorovic bug added bug
2015-07-27 23:14:05 aleksandar-todorovic description testing This is kind of hard to explain, so here's how to replicate it: 1. Install elementary, use a separate /home partition, create a user (I'll call him user 1). 2. Install some other operating system (in my case Fedora), use the same /home partition, but create a different user (I'll call him user 2). 3. Boot into elementary and create a new user, but use the name user 2. What happens: It's pretty much impossible to delete the user 2 after that. I logged in as user 1, went into User Accounts, unlocked the settings, clicked on - sign and everything seemed fine. However, once I clicked on the Power indicator, that user was there. When I logged out, that user was still there. What's even more interesting is that elementary doesn't accept my password for user 2 anymore. I can't login as user 2. When I login as user 1 and try to open /home/2 using Pantheon Files, I get the following message: This does not belong to you. You don't have permission to view this folder. When I sudo into Files, I can clearly see all of the relevant data and nothing seems lost.
2015-07-27 23:17:20 aleksandar-todorovic information type Public Public Security
2015-07-27 23:57:13 Daniel Fore switchboard-plug-useraccounts: milestone loki-beta1
2015-09-16 10:18:21 Cody Garver switchboard-plug-useraccounts: importance Undecided Medium
2015-10-17 21:03:20 Fabian Thoma bug task added indicator-pantheon-session
2015-10-17 21:03:30 Fabian Thoma indicator-pantheon-session: status New Incomplete
2015-10-17 21:03:44 Fabian Thoma switchboard-plug-useraccounts: status New Invalid
2015-10-18 05:50:29 Daniel Fore switchboard-plug-useraccounts: milestone loki-beta1