Just upgraded to gnome 3.10 with pacman, I can't seem to login after a restart, I'm stuck at boot messages with "Started accounts service" as the last seen message.
I'm using gdm as my login manager, after a minute or so in this stage I get a graphical error message saying " Oh no! Some thing has gone wrong."
Switching to terminal (vt2) and checking status of gdm in systemctl is see this "failed to give slave programs access to the display. Trying to procced."
That's it any ideas ?
Last edited by Ba7a7chy (2013-10-07 18:16:50)
OK, removed gdm and tried other managers... Weird thing is none of them strangly don't support lower case letters.... I assume this is part of my issue... Logging in show the graphical error message again...
So, I'm more and more sure it has to do something with the fact I use English & Hebrew so now I can't login graphically because the password is always wrong... And in other log in manager there is no lower case letters at all
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