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Description of problem:
Live CD boots until the login screen. Then the Countdown: "user fedora loggin in in
5 4 3 2 1 0 -1 -2 -3 -4 seconds" After last output -4 seconds nothing happens.
If i type in username fedora and press enter also nothing happens.
Console switch works. On VT1 users can log in. So I can provide any information you need.
I have no idea what the problem is. With 3 other computers at work the live cd works with no problems
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Boot from Live CD
Check your system time -- that's the only way I've seen this happen in the past
What do you mean exactly with "Check your system time" ?
But i think the bug hasn't to do with the system time, because login also
doesn't work when i type in the login name and press enter
Because of an other kernel bug (275601) i have to boot with no dma enabled on
the cd-drive. So it boots very slow. Can It have something to do with ?
Could it be some kind of automatic timeout? I've seen this effect already at
console login attempt - but not with the gdm.
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