I have dual boot PC. I installed Fedora on my system a long time ago. I didn't use it much then and thus, I allocated 20 GB of space for that OS. Recently, I need to complete a project on React, and I saw most of tutorials using Linux distributions for this purpose. So I started working on Fedora again.
The problem arose when a low space notification started to appear. I needed to clear the space and hence I Googled the solution and tried to free up space. But I went into trouble when I deleted some important file from the system, which I have no idea of. I usually take proper precautions before taking some steps but due to bad luck or something, I thought things should work well and went wrong way. After deleting some files, I noticed that system started working very slowly. Later, when I restarted Fedora, it stuck into the bubble icon and didn't boot further. I understood I got into a huge trouble. Then, by chance, I clicked arrow down key and got to see the log report (which I am uploading with my question).
It had too many failure statements. I saw one thing in common and that was some reference to - systemctl.
I have created live USB of latest Fedora from my windows. I am able to access my files, but not the other react applications. I need to solve the problem by restoring files. Solution that provide backing up my Fedora data would also be helpful since I can then reinstall Fedora.