Problem booting under F16
mrsam at courier-mta.com
Sun Nov 27 05:27:54 UTC 2011
Joe Zeff writes:
> On 11/26/2011 09:10 PM, Sam Varshavchik wrote:
> > Furthermore, if you have a corrupted libcrypt.so.1, it wouldn't matter
> > which kernel you're booting. You wouldn't be able to boot anything. No
> > matter which kernel you boot, you're running the same userspace, and the
> > same set of userspace libraries. If a fundamental, key rpm like glibc is
> > bad, you're bricked, until you fix it in rescue mode.
> First, glibc was one of the things brought it. Second, I don't encrypt
> anything on this computer.
No, you most certainly do. Everyone who installs Fedora ends up encrypting
something. I'll bet that all your passwords in /etc/shadow are encrypted,
for example. Because that's the kind of things libgcrypt.so.1 is responsible
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