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Thanks. I got to the command prompt and deleted a few things
under .config and I was able to log in again. Lost some settings, of
course. But that wasn't a big deal, since I started fresh on this distro
On Sun, 2011-02-27 at 13:36 +0000, JB wrote:
> JB <jb.1234abcd <at> gmail.com> writes:
> > ...
> > Ctrl+Alt+F2 (or F3...F6) - switch to tty
> > After you have logged in again,
> > check System-Preferences-Startup Applications
> > and Options
> > and clear Automatically remember ...
> Actually there is a little more to that ...
> You should start with GDM configuration
> $ rpm -ql gdm
> and look for /etc/gdm/... files.
> Then get familiar with X and desktop environment config scripts in general
> in /etc/X11/xinit/ .
> Also check for file /etc/sysconfig/desktop , if any.
> Fedora (Red Hat) docs are good source.
> Perhaps you should consider starting in non-GUI environment first.
> File to configure is /etc/inittab .
> After getting to know the internals better you may (or not) return to starting
> in GUI environment again.
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