Linux has stopped booting up after failed update
I'm using FC1. I got online for the first time in a very long while today with my linux partition and the red hat update thingy came up in the corner and said i had 216 updates to download... so i tell it to get going and after about an hour and a half, it has finally downloaded em all and it started installing them. It then failed on one of the modules, saying there was an error with it... leaving still 143 updates to go. I then rebooted it and now it doesnt boot up...
what happens is during the boot, when it comes up with all of the stuff telling you what its doing with the green OK messages, it now displays the following:
"Finding module dependancies: insmod: insmod: a module named bluez already exists
insmod: insmod: insmod /lib/modules/2.4.22-1.2115.nptl/kernel/net/bluetooth/bluez.o failed
insmod: insmod: insmod hci_usb failed"
It then gets to the part where it should come up with the GUI interface (sorry, bit of a n00b, dont know if thats right) and ask me to login... but instead says the following:
"INIT: Id "x" respawning too fast: disabled for 5 mins"
And after waiting 5 mins, the same message appears again... help!
I can, at this stage while its doing this, login into a command line interface, but thats about it... and i havent got a clue where/how to fix the problem.
Thanks in advance for any help