The other day I upgraded from Fedora 6 to Fedora 7. Right after my installation there were over 200 package updates available so I install them and reboot. When I reboot and log in to my Gnome desktop I got a bunch of error messages along the lines of "Couldn't start clock applet" and a bunch of other errors in starting all my gnome panel applets.
I then logged out, logged in to KDE and uninstalled gnome and all the dependencies things thinking that I would reinstall them right after. After Gnome was uninstalled I looked for the Remove/Add Software app to reinstall Gnome. I couldn't find it so I rebooted.
After rebooting I wasn't greeted with my usual login screen instead it was text. I logged in as root and got a bunch of error messages. I think since I set up root to login with Gnome and Gnome is gone, it can't login. (I also tried with my other accounts and it is the same)
Does anyone know what I can do to get my files back or reinstall Gnome?
PS I also tried using a Live CD (Knoppix) and I got a bunch of error messages.