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Old 02-25-2010, 08:08 PM
cliff here
Default Can't log into X after newest f12 update!

So after updating, (and eventually reinstalling and updating again) ..
I've having this issue were I cannot log into X therefor no gui.. but I
can log in via a virtual tty (ie. ALT + F2)

So i'm looking through what's been installed trying to figure out what in the update broke my login,

This is after of course checking /var/log/secure and noticing
gdm-passwd and pam_unix were saying 'Could not authenticate user to
underlying module'

So I did a yum check-update and found there is still a newer package of
gdm that isn't installing.. and I have no clue why.. is this happening
for anyone else??

---------- Post added at 03:56 PM CST ---------- Previous post was at 03:52 PM CST ----------

Ok well I got the gdm package to update properly... but still not love in terms of getting to log into X

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