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Old 1st August 2011, 05:52 PM
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Cannot log in using the Fedora 15 Live CD

Hi All. I'm almost brand new to Linux, and wanted to give Fedora 15 a try by using the GNOME Live CD iso on my old Windows xp. When I get to the login screen, it won't let me log in through the generic Live User icon. The screen goes black and it gives a message saying "oh no, something went wrong" and ask me to try and login again, which also doesn't work. I burned the ISO again using low speed, and it still didn't work.

Any ideas on what could be the problem? and I'm sorry if I am asking silly questions, I'm just really interested in trying Fedora out.
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