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I attempted yum update while installing VLC player so while updating my system got shutdown without my presence.
After that when i wanted to reboot my system im getting an error
"Oh no! Something has gone wrong. A problem has ocurred and the system can't recover. Please contact a system administrator"
Did anybody ever face that problem, do you know what solution could work ?

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That's a wonderfully uninformative message. What version of Fedora is this? –  Faheem Mitha Jan 30 at 12:57
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Wow, that's as useful as a Windows error! Can you tell us at which point you're getting the error? Can you boot into rescue mode? –  terdon Jan 30 at 14:24
    
Faheem Mitha- I'm using Fedora 16 –  tejaswi Jan 30 at 16:17
    
kernel panic and not able to boot into rescue mode also-terdon –  tejaswi Jan 30 at 16:19
    
While booting, does grub show you a menu? If so, edit the linux line and remove rhgb and quiet, then allow it to try to boot. Ton's of messages should stream down your screen and hopefully some of them will help diagnosis the problem(s). –  rickhg12hs Jan 31 at 3:36

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I would boot into single user mode and remove that package from your repo

yum remove <package-name>
yum clean
reboot
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I tried it but i'm getting an error: no such package found and no package to removal –  tejaswi Jan 31 at 9:11
    
Actually i wanted to install VLC Player so by seeing this site gofedora.in/2012/06/install-vlc-media-player-201-on-fedora.html i followed those steps after step 1 and 2 when i gave yum update it was updating something but after few minuets it automatically got shutdown and not getting booted to fedora . Do you know what solution could work ? –  tejaswi Jan 31 at 9:15

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