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[byers@f14 ~]$ uname -r
Re: backup copy of F14 boots, but can't login.
endless recycle of login screen: fixed by 'touch /.autorelabel, reboot'.
Still was unable to make id:3:initdefault: take effect.
Ctrl-Alt-F2 does get me to text login screen.
Also can get to runlevel 3 by appending '3' to kernel line]
Since then, I noticed I was getting a newly updated /.autofsck
every time I rebooted.
Thinking this was indicating I needed to run fsck,
I did touch /forcefcsk, rebooted, and the system did the fsck,
no errors, needed no response from me.
Still getting a newly updated /.autofsck on every reboot.
Still no effect id:3:initdefault in inittab.
Any advice re /.autofsck?
Does its continual reappearance indicate a problem?
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