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Post #302615359 by balajesuri on Thursday 29th of March 2012 11:50:13 AM

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Boot with OS disk. It'll direct you what to do. Also, before doing anything you'll regret, take a backup of important files, refer to your OS's website for installation docs (take a printout for handy reference if required) and then try to re-install.
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PAM-PANEL-ICON(1)					      General Commands Manual						 PAM-PANEL-ICON(1)

NAME
pam-panel-icon - A notification area indicator of pam_timestamp status SYNOPSIS
pam-panel-icon DESCRIPTION
pam-panel-icon should be automatically started when starting an X11 desktop environment. For example, in GNOME gnome-session should be configured to start pam-panel-icon. In a properly configured system it should never be necessary to start pam-panel-icon manually. pam-panel-icon uses pam_timestamp_check(8) to watch the pam_timestamp timestamp status. If the pam_timestamp authorization is active, allowing an unprivileted user to temporarily authenticate as the root user without providing a password, an icon in the notification area of the panel is displayed. The icon allows dropping the authorization immediately. EXIT STATUS
Ordinarily, pam-panel-icon keeps running until the X11 desktop session ends, and then returns 0. pam-panel-icon only returns with non-zero status on unexpected error. FILES
/sbin/pam_timestamp_check A hard-coded location of the pam_timestamp_check executable. SEE ALSO
pam_timestamp(8), pam_timestamp_check(8) Red Hat 2009-10-05 PAM-PANEL-ICON(1)

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