I have created an administrator account on a Mac OSX 10.5.8. At first, the user name and account name were called "kaleb". However, I later changed the name (is this account or user?) via
System Preferences | Accounts to "apple2".
I now want this name to be consistent for everything related to this account. To try to do this, I followed the instructions at http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1428. However, this hasn't worked. I still can login as "kaleb" (and as "apple2"), and the name of my home folder is still "kaleb" although the user is called "apple2". On the command line, the username is "kaleb". However, in Systems Preferences there is only evidence of an "apple2" user.
What can I do to get rid of "kaleb" and have all permissions, pointers, names etc. under the name "apple2"?