Li Wang wrote: > > Hi everyone: > I installed Fedora 10 on my 16G usb thumb disk by using Fedora 10 live > CD, it is a real installation rather than live USB. > > Because the 'yum update' is too slow, I cancelled the process by press > Ctrl+C, I actually did this 3 times, every time after I restarted and > try to continue the update, it worked well. > > However, the fourth time I cancelled the update and came back again, I > can not access the system, there is a login page, but it is strange. I > has no user name on it, and the domain name is 'localhost.localdomian' > rather than my own defined name. When I typed my user name and > password manually, and try to login in, the system recgonised my login > but only show me the blue background with nothing on it. > > Is there anyone knows how to figure out this problem? > > Thank you very much!:D > First of all, using Ctrl-C to exit yum is always a gamble. It can, as in this case, leave the system in an unstable or unusable state. Two things you can try: - Boot to run level 3, log in as root from the command line, and finish the yum update. - Boot from the install media, chroot to the mounted file system, and run yum update. I don't know if either will fix the system, but they are my best guess on fixing the problem. Mikkel -- A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text. Q: Why is top-posting a bad thing?
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