I have a hp pavilion dv7 and everything was working fine until i upgrade to kernel 220.127.116.11-213.fc11.x86_64.
Now the system does not boot. The notebook stop at the black screen displayed after the bottom blue bar
Anyone can help me ?
ps. The same thing happens with kernel 18.104.22.168-217.2.3.fc11.x86_64.
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First, Emacs froze when I tried to list my home directory, then "ls -a"
froze from command line. Through trial and error, it appears that there
is a file, directory, or special file in my home directory that begins
with ".gvfs". Any attempts to list the contents of the directory that
should include .gvfs* fails and locks up the program that issued the
command; emacs, ls -a in bash shell, etc. The close icon in the upper
right hand corner of the frame will cause a pop-dialog to appear that
allows the program to be "force quit".
Any ideas on how to resolve this problem? Can I safely do a "rm -rf
.gvfs*" or will that delete files that my system needs?
The command "ls -ad .gvfs*" also locks up which leads me to suspect that
.gvfs is a special file, such as a device, instead of a directory.
Steven F. LeBrun
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