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FC6 user, 32-bit: Hey, In the process of trying to update python and python-devel, I accidently uninstalled them, so now I can't run yum. what do I do? And while ...
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    oops...uninstalled python...


    FC6 user, 32-bit:
    Hey, In the process of trying to update python and python-devel, I accidently uninstalled them, so now I can't run yum. what do I do?

    And while Im at it I have another problem. When I log in an error pops up that says this:
    Code:
    User's $HOME/.dmrc file is being ignored. 
    This prevents the default session and language 
    from being saved. File should be owned by user 
    and have 644 permissions. User's $HOME 
    directory must be owned by user and not writable 
    by other users.

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    download python's rpm from freshrpms.net or google it and install it.
    if you have installation CD/DVD, look for python's rpm in RPMS folder in CD/DVD. copy it and install......






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    does anyone know how to fix the other thing?

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    did you edit your first post?
    post the output of
    Code:
    ls -l /home
    ls -l ~/.dmrc





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