Something has gone wrong

Something has gone wrong

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XII. Fill in the missing words:
A. 1. Something has gone . with the cassette-recorder. Can you put it. 2. She is not up yet; she is still. 3.
The classes are over. I am . to go home. 4. I am ready to have a hot . . my teeth and go to bed. 5. If you want to have a . let’s go for a walk. 6. I have . my hands and now I am going to . them on the towel. 7.
Before putting on my clothes and shoes I always . them. 8. While the mother serves breakfast Susan and Peter
. the flat and . the beds. 9.I am going to present my brother with a sweater which I have . myself. 10. In the
evening we usually have some music or . to the radio or . the TV programme. Sometimes we . to see our
friends or our friends . to see us. Once a week we go to the cinema or to the theatre. 11 . Do you usually sit up
late or do you . to bed early? 12. Peter is a good sleeper, he. late and often has no time for breakfast. 13. If
the water feels cold on winter mornings you must rub yourself with the . . 14. There is a . this evening at the
club. 15. Something has gone wrong with the . Will you have a . at it? 16. Please, turn on (off) the . 17.
Have you cleaned the . 18. I’m . for time, will you help me?

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I have Debian 7.0 installed. It has been working fine for a while but I have been making some changes suggested by lynis. The changes that may have caused this problem were most likely changes suggested here to deal with unreliable ntpq peers.

But, whatever caused it, when I reboot the PC I get this message after seeing a watch cursor for a long time.

07-09-2014, 10:50 PM #1
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"Oh no! Something has gone wrong." and "A problem has occurred and the system can’t recover. Please log out and try again."

I cannot even log on since it has not taken me to the login screen. The only way I have found to get past it is to do ctrl-alt-F4 and then I can log on but I do not get a Gnu desktop, only the command line.

I have read that it is a bug in Gnu but no one seems that clear about how to fix it. I have also read that it is called "fail whale" and you should be able to get past it with alt-F4. When I use alt-F4, all I get is a normal, white cursor on a black background.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
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07-10-2014, 02:11 AM #2
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Thank you for your reply. The forum will not let me post the complete logs because they are too long. The most relevant message in /var/log/messages appears to be

The latest part of Xorg log is as follows.

07-10-2014, 08:21 AM #3
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I was able to start up the desktop with

and it gave me the "Oh no! Something has gone wrong." screen. Doing

07-12-2014, 01:45 PM #4
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The fact that you can log in to the desktop as root makes me think that maybe it’s a configuration issue, rather than a broken GUI functionality.

What happens if you log into a virtual terminal (pressing ctrl-alt-F1 and logging as user form there) and rename all the gnome-related config directories that are inside /home/ ? I’m not on linux right now to check the name of these directories, but all of them have .gnome* at the beginning. You could also rename .config since it has some Gnome config files.

After renaming these directories, try to log in as user again from the GUI to see what happens.

07-12-2014, 02:08 PM #5
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Thank you very much for your reply.

The fact that you can log in to the desktop as root makes me think that maybe it’s a configuration issue, rather than a broken GUI functionality.

What happens if you log into a virtual terminal (pressing ctrl-alt-F1 and logging as user form there) and rename all the gnome-related config directories that are inside /home/ ? I’m not on linux right now to check the name of these directories, but all of them have .gnome* at the beginning. You could also rename .config since it has some Gnome config files.

After renaming these directories, try to log in as user again from the GUI to see what happens.

to open the desk top as root and do ctrt-alt-F, it takes me back to the command line (w/o the desktop). When I go back to the root check to and go to the upper right corner and do

page comes up. After hitting alt-F4 several times the desktop *eventually* comes up but the colours are all messed up. The background is black. I can get the menus by remembering where they are and even browse the web with Chrome. However, when I open a terminal, everything inside the box is back (presumably black text on a black background). Selecting a new wallpaper does not change anything. The wallpaper remains solid black.

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07-12-2014, 04:08 PM #7
apt-get reinstall gnome
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It may not be the exact command so google it if it fails.

You are right. I used

based on this. The reinstallation appears to have been successful but, unfortunately, I still get the "On no! Something has gone wrong" page when I enter

07-12-2014, 07:40 PM #8
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Try this: Create a new user with user privileges, then log out as root and see whether you can log back in as new-user.

If new-user can log in and access programs and stuff, something has gone screwy in your regular user’s hidden configuration files and directories. If new-user cannot log in, something more serious has gone wrong. In that case, the first thing root should do is back up all of user’s critical data to external media, if that has not yet been done.

If new-user can log in and have functionality, there are two ways to trouble-shoot user’s problem: You can back the hidden config files/directories up to another location outside the user’s home directory, preferably to external media, then delete them from user’s home. Try logging in as user. If the login is successful, the hidden files and directories will be recreated as needed. Then you can bring the ones you need and retest.

The other way is to just nuke the hidden files and folders and let them rebuild as needed; this will cost you your mail store, any configuration changes you have made in

My guess is that the problem lies in one of the files or directories named .gnome* (that’s dot-gnome-something).

Steam for Linux

Kali Linux is for pen testing, ethical hacking, and security assessment. It is not meant to be a daily driver and it isn’t a good choice for a novice either.

Install something like Linux Mint instead.

Kali is something you stick onto a USB drive or Raspberry Pi or whatever 🙂

Not to play Steam games lol.

Kali Linux is for pen testing, ethical hacking, and security assessment. It is not meant to be a daily driver and it isn’t a good choice for a novice either.

Install something like Linux Mint instead.

That’s the reason, I do ethical hacking, I just thought it was a good idea to install Nvidia drivers and it messed with my booting. I prefer Debian distros than Ubuntu ones (I know Mint is part Debian and Ubuntu but I like distros based on Debian alone)

Ethical hacking is only ethical IF you have permission.

Why would you even need Nvidia drivers on Kali? You shouldn’t be installing Steam or playing games on that distro.

You’re probably better off installing Debian alongside Windows if you prefer Debian. Ubuntu is based on Debian. Linux Mint has a version that is based on Ubuntu LTS and another version that is based on Debian Testing snapshots (LMDE).

Kali is something you stick onto a USB drive or Raspberry Pi or whatever 🙂

Not to play Steam games lol.

Kali is something you stick onto a USB drive or Raspberry Pi or whatever 🙂

Not to play Steam games lol.

That wasn’t my intentions, I have a 16 GB USB with Kali on it, but every 10 minutes it would freeze for 2 minutes and it was really annoying so I put it as dual boot.

This is a STEAM for Linux forum (Try the Hardware and OS forum).

You’re welcome and Toodles.

NOTE: You guys also have to know that "I" don’t know if trying to install the Nvidia driver screwed things up, because this has been a problem before even when I didn’t try to install the Nivida driver, it usually happens after doing that update code.

apt-get clean && apt-get update && apt-get upgrade -y && apt-get dist-upgrade

Why would you start with apt-get clean? You shouldn’t be blindly entering commands unless you know what they do and why you are entering them.

Apt-get clean is not part of that process.

apt-get dist-upgrade performs the functions as apt-get upgrade in addition to changing dependencies. A dist-upgrade is more likely to break stuff, but you should not be using both at the same time.

Blindly entering commands, and running a pen testing linux distro.

This is priceless.

NOTE: You guys also have to know that "I" don’t know if trying to install the Nvidia driver screwed things up, because this has been a problem before even when I didn’t try to install the Nivida driver, it usually happens after doing that update code.

apt-get clean && apt-get update && apt-get upgrade -y && apt-get dist-upgrade

Why would you start with apt-get clean? You shouldn’t be blindly entering commands unless you know what they do and why you are entering them.

Apt-get clean is not part of that process.

apt-get dist-upgrade performs the functions as apt-get upgrade in addition to changing dependencies. A dist-upgrade is more likely to break stuff, but you should not be using both at the same time.

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