Critical Boot Problem due to Exim
Last week I got a severe error during my system startup. My system started booting normally until it began writing down a bunch of exim scripts (I think) on my screen and locked. I am not able to login, change virtual screens or the like. I tried ctrl + Z, ctrl + X, ctrl + C but no good. Nothing got me to the login screen! Thus I am now unable to use my debian system.
I am using debian SID, no pinning, and the problem occured after I did apt-get update & apt-get upgrade & apt-get dist-upgrade. I remember that it did update some exim packages. I actually do not use exim, but the debian installer installs it by default. I use yahoo, gmail for mail.
Since I cannot login to my system, I beleive I have to repair it via knoppix, puppy linux, dam small linux or the like. But I don't know what to repair. As far as I know, the debian system needs an mailing system to at least send admin messages to users and admins. Thats why its installed by default.
I am using kernel 2.6 - k7, and I haven't installed any packages outside the official debian SID repository. Can anyone help me? I stuck with windows. What can I do to fix this problem and get my system to operate properly again?
Thank You in advance ...