Hello Sir, > > One more thing as per I think I have lost only file which responsible for > > GUI of the centos. > > If anyone has Idea which files I need to get Login and other explorer > screen back in action > > There is no "explorer" - that's a Windows thing. You should have command > line login using <ctrl><alt><f2> > Problem is Appearance of login window. System boots normally; now I will try out your said command. I skimmed your other email - a) did you install for 64 bit? Yes. b) did I see that you tried picking and choosing from what release? Release 6.3 > In any case, you need to do > yum -y update and update your whole system to current. > Problem is I have installed Eucalyptus cloud,Snort IDS and now rSyslog ; so I am in fear that update should not break anything wrt this components so that weird things I will face in future. BTW, system is working fine before this incident. > If you're still having gui problems, you *might* have a driver issue. What > video do you have? <nsip> > I have not installed any video drivers before this. I tried to install one but it does not work. So I leave it as everything was working fine before breakage of libgcc.686 package dependencies (as I remember) > > And I also want to ask that is it possible to install that files from > > Putty; I have windows on other PC > There are no putty files to install on Linux. Putty will bring you in as > though you had ssh'd from another *Nix machine. > <snip> I am in SSH with this machine from long time. I am asking if I am unable to get GUI then I should try to install files from PUTTY terminal or browse files with WinSCP. What is your opinion sir?? Waiting for guidance, Thanks!! > mark > -- *Cheers, Mayur*.