Re: GNOME won't boot

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On Fri, 2006-06-30 at 18:51 -0400, Jim Cornette wrote:
> dragontale wrote:
> > I just woke up from bed and I'm ready.
> After reading about your use of rpm --nodeps, I suggest in the future 
> you either use
> yum remove myrpm
> instead. There are a few occasions where --nodeps is valuable, but 
> mostly it is dangerous.
> One instance fro reading your post, you have the libglade2-devel package 
> but not libglade.
> Your system is most likely hosed from all of the occasions where you 
> used rpm -e package --nodeps. To recover, you most likely need to review 
> your history from the terminal and reinstall the packages again.

Here's a way of checking to see if there are any remaining dependency
issues on your system. You will first need to install the "yum-utils"
package from Fedora Extras:

# yum install yum-utils

The run this:

# package-cleanup --problems

You'll get a report of any remaining broken dependencies.


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