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Old 08-15-2004, 04:06 PM   #1
stoughto
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gnome update prevents logging in


I was not able to get gnotime to work, so I used up2date to get the latest gnome rpms installed. After a while, I noticed that the redhat -network-configuration tool (neat) fails on startup. And now, when looging it, the username/password screens are not decorated correctly and after entring a valid username/password (as a user or as root) there are several warnings about nautilus and gnome, and the screen hangs without finishing the login.

1. How can I power on and get to a non-x screen to do a text login?
2. If I accomplish that, then what is the best way to revert to a working version of gnome and other packages?
3. If I reinstall a version of RH9, will I lose the user areas?
4. I have a wireless device driver module in the kernel. How can I restore the system without losing this?

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