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Old 23rd October 2009, 04:14 PM
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I can't log in with my unique account.

Today I was bored and i tried to put a lot panels in my desktop, but when I put the fifth panel it was blocked so that did not respond at all (I could only move the mouse), so I had to stop with the button. When I turn on the PC it does normally, but in the "log in" screen I put the password and it doesn't do nothing, just move the mouse.
Sorry for the expression, I'm not english.
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Old 23rd October 2009, 05:55 PM
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No idea what is wrong here,
Try to go to a virtual-console and login

<ctrl>+<alt>+f1> ((of ctrl+alt+f1 on older Fedora distros).

From ther eyou ca neither debug what is hung up, or else create a new account, or perhaps just move the ~/.gnom* directories.
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