MaddogF16 wrote:What about using recovery mode for the current kernel you're using?
Explored that without any luck:
The Recovery mentu gave me the following options:
resume Resume normal boot
Well as it says - it resumes normal boot and I still have the same problem - Cyrillic symbols when I type my user name
clean Try to make free space
Nothing happens there.
dpkg Repair broken packages
It wanted to upgrade and install some packages, but aborted the operation despte me choosing "Y" (for Yes). Maybe the cyrillic alphabet again...
fsck File system check
I ran that.6.4% Non-contighuous. Nothing that's related to my problem
grub Update grub bootloader
I did that.
netroot Drop to root shell prompt with networking
At the end it says "Give root password for maintenance (Or type Control-D to continue)"
I type the only password I have ever used in this particular laptop or Contol-D ot CTRL-D and nothing
netroot Drop to root shell prompt
the same thing
xfix Try to auto repair graphic problems
well, that did not help either...