login error

Discussion in 'General Linux' started by ashienikoi, Aug 23, 2013.

  1. Jack_Lee

    Jack_Lee New Member

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    recommend :backtrack 5

  2. Cristal Skull

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    Just login in failsafe session , and reinstall the driver and gdm , or kdm , or xdm...any login manager!
  3. Cristal Skull

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    Backtrack is obsolete , maybe Kali Linux....
  4. Jack_Lee

    Jack_Lee New Member

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    I am old ...
  5. Cristal Skull

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    reinstall is not a solution , just try and search a solution
    try a remote login , ssh or telnet , and reinstall gnome....
  6. Cristal Skull

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    just try on backtrack apt-get update & apt-get upgrade , and post it the result... ;)
  7. Jack_Lee

    Jack_Lee New Member

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    Hey , you are the old player ~!
  8. Jack_Lee

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    My version is backtrack 5 R3 . Not new enough? I don't know ,sir .
  9. Jack_Lee

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    Thank you so much , sir . Have a good day .
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    ryanvade Administrator Staff Member Staff Writer

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    That's great ! Cool ~!!!
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    Sorry ...I forgot ...
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  14. Cristal Skull

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    thank you ryanvade!
    we must help the user to login on redhat...
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  16. anubhav tiwari

    anubhav tiwari New Member

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    There could be two reasons that is forcing You to login in failsafe mode and not letting you work in Normal mode for more than 10 seconds.

    First,as I gone through your device specification you are using a ATI garphics and at the time of installing Your graphics drivers something went wrong with X11/Xorg.conf file and that is the reason of the problem of failsafe mode so please reconfigure it properly to make it work.

    Second, If you are using default drivers and You know everything is ok with Xorg file please check shell startup files like /etc/profile and /etc/bashrc might be someone have made changes in that.

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