Fedora 20 does not boot

Angelo Moreschini mrangelo.fedora at gmail.com
Thu Nov 20 19:52:48 UTC 2014

I beg excuse me ..
yes I whem I boot I get this prompt:

Fedora release 0 (Hisenbug)
Kernel 3.17.2-200 ....
nome_of_computer login :

there I can login as a normal regitered user or as root ... (giving the
correct password)..

I also was been able take a look at log file that recorded what happened at
the time of the error.

they are some things that I saw there :

localhost systemd-udevd[284]: invalid keyvalue pair in file
/udev/rules.d/99-99. resume.rules on line 1 starting at character 178('I')
localhost systemd[1] failed to add job sys-kernelconfig.mount/start,
ignoring: invalid argument

If you ask me, I can check for some other sensitive informations that you
think  is good to know ....

On Thu, Nov 20, 2014 at 9:10 PM, Joe Zeff <joe at zeff.us> wrote:

> On 11/20/2014 03:56 AM, Angelo Moreschini wrote:
>> thank you Zoe,
> Please check your typing; Zoe is a woman's name.
>  I did it...
>> But this did not solved the problem...
>> .... I continue to get only the prompt to the command line
>> and cannot change access type using <control><alt> <F1>
> Are you saying that you still boot to a CLI?
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