csocsoi wrote:There is no way to save this install? I have changed a lot of things....
Possibly, but it's probably as long winded as a new install.
If you can't actually login to your system, we would need to chroot it. To do that you need the original install media and boot it to the live session
* Open a terminal and type
$ sudo fdisk -l
* Now, you need to remember which device listed is your linux distribution, for reference, /dev/sda1 will be used. Now we need to mount the filesystem to /mnt
$ sudo mount /dev/sda1 /mnt
* Now mount the rest of your devices
$ sudo mount --bind /dev /mnt/dev
* Now chroot into your system
$ sudo chroot /mnt
Once you have done this you can use synaptic to re-install your core packages