Description of problem:
I installed this package and I was unable to reboot past Plymouth.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
I installed and erased this package twice. Both times I was unable to get to a login screen. Uninstalling the package fixes my machine.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install olpc-utils.x86_64
Booted and fedora symbol came up. The progress "bar" in the middle of the "f" goes all the way and then the "f" symbol pops up, and then a black screen comes up and it never progresses to a login screen. Sometimes there's a cursor and a little white rectangle, but I'm not able to do anything. Sometimes I can type, but there is no response to Bash commands. If I boot into runlevel 1 I can use commands (and thus I am able to uninstall it), but there are error messages that interrupt me as I type. One of the error messages is with dbus.
It should boot into a login screen so I can log in and use my computer.
Danienl, can you have a look at this please.
dsd: any update?
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