I am quite desperate at the moment...
I am not a Linux newbie, but I am still quite unexperienced, so I'll appreciate any detailed help. I have Fedora10 installed on my laptop (an HP Pavillion with NVidia 9200 graphics card and broadcom wireless card), this morning (that is, half an hour ago) I installed MonoDevelop using YumEX . After installation, I noticed the familiar pop-up message warning me that there were 4 updates available: 2 of them, were metadata for NVidia (something that tracks which version is in use).
I started the update, and after that I rebooted.
Now, during boot I see a FAILED message and a WARNING: apparently, during boot it seems unable to build and activate the new NVidia package, and after starting up avahi the screen simply blinks and I get the blinking cursor.
If I try to boot the older kernel, I get 2 warnings stating that there is no NVidia package for this kernel, I get to the login screen and apparently I can log into my account. Unfortunately, doing so turns my screen completely white... and I can't do anything.
I haven't set any other account, too, and it seems like I can't log into root (out of curiosity: in Fedora 9 I could log in as root by typing "root" as username and the root password as password in the login form... why can't I do it in Fedora 10?).
Any help is really appreciated, since the GTK# project I was working on Mono is quite urgent. I really wish I do not need to reinstall Fedora from scratch again...