System: Fedora 16 running kernel 3.6, Gnome 3/Shell (or whatever the hell it's called)
I recently installed a bunch of updates and now I get the "Aw Snap" on every. single. page. Every page. I submitted a bug report for chromium but as we all know Google's support is awful so I expect that to go nowhere (also it's not really chromium's fault; one of the fedora packages broke my system)
So here's a rundown of what happened:
- Chromium working fine
- Ran "Software Update" which I assume is just a frontend for yum
- One of the packages "was from an untrusted source" and needed manual confirmation and root password to install
- Tried for hours to figure out which package it was, but there was no way to tell which package.
- Eventually got frustrated and clicked Install
- System needed to restart because one update was latest kernel
- Browser now gets "Aw Snap" error on every single page, nothing can be done
- --enable-logging and --v=1 do not produce log files for chromium
- Booting older kernel does not help
I am seriously at a loss here. I would assume
that the offending package was a fix for the Java 0day that was recently released, as I did see something about CVE-something-something in the package list.
However, as I mentioned there was no way to tell which package was the untrusted one.
Now I can't use my laptop until I figure this out, or perhaps go back to windows or something.
Please help me figure out which package is causing these problems!