Here is something you can try. It is an old technique but I see the responsible code is still available for RHEL 6.x
, so it should work for CentOS 6.0
. Please assume root
powers, then --
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shutdown -r now[/b]
I tried out those commands.
After boot, it performed text-based configuration.
Then it asked to choose from device config or DNS.., i chose device config
It then displayed two column list, with screen title being "Authentication configuration. "
Left column was titled 'user input': it had few entries, but none were selected. I left it as that
Right column was titled 'Authentication' : Out of the list, 'Use Shadow Password', 'Use Fingerprint reader', 'Local authorization is sufficient' were already selected. I removed the fingerprint one
Next page was for 'which services to be auto started on boot'. Many were listed, and some were already selected. I removed 'bluetooth'.
After that i got the normal GUI login prompt.
Dont know if this is what was supposed to happen behind the gui-based post-install config that had been interuppted.
Also, there was no kdump config as was in the post-install config.
I am not keen on having the kdump configured. But, i would like to rectify anything if at all, so things like no audio
do not creep up.