I can't log into my MacBookPro. I have two SSD's in my MBP. On disk0 I installed OS X 10.11 and all my applications. I then rerouted the home folder to disk1, where all the documents and media is saved on. I turned on FileVault for disk0; rebootet. Then I turned on FileVault for disk1 as well and am now unable to log in to my computer. First a white-ish login screen appears with my user and the guest user. I'm prompted to log in with my password, which I do. The loading bar indicates that the system files are loading, but then a second grey-ish login screen appears and I'm prompted to type in my password again. After entering my password there's a pop up message stating "You are unable to log in to the user account "spinergy" at this time. Logging in to the account failed because an error occurred." What I've tried so far: I booted up in recovery-mode, unlocked the drives in terminal using the coreStorage unlockVolume command and tried to disable FileVault using sudo fdesetup disable. terminal responds with command not found or something similar. I can not disable the encryption in Disk Utility. Also, the status under encryption seems to be "Pending" for disk1. Is there another way to disable FileVault or stop the encryption process of disk1 without having to erase the whole drive? How can I log in to my account? I'm thankful for any help.