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The problem occurs since yesterday,

You can login and enter your password but when you login into gnome the system don't response but you can move the mouse...

I have the same problem I have to start with Live dvd and chroot my environment and downgrade all this packages :

LibRaw                         x86_64     0.18.11-1.fc28     updates     349 k
 bodhi-client                   noarch     3.7.0-1.fc28       updates      53 k
 fontconfig                     x86_64     2.13.0-4.fc28      updates     253 k
 gnome-boxes                    x86_64     3.28.4-1.fc28      updates     1.1 M
 gnome-calendar                 x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates     808 k
 gnome-characters               x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates     254 k
 gnome-contacts                 x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates     463 k
 gnome-desktop3                 x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates     563 k
 gnome-disk-utility             x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates     1.1 M
 gnome-getting-started-docs     noarch     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates      10 M
 gnome-keyring                  x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates     846 k
 gnome-keyring-pam              x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates      44 k
 gnome-logs                     x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates     482 k
 gnome-maps                     x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates     721 k
 gnome-shell                    x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates     2.1 M
 gnome-software                 x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates     3.8 M
 gnome-system-monitor           x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates     760 k
 gvfs                           x86_64     1.36.2-1.fc28      updates     344 k
 gvfs-afc                       x86_64     1.36.2-1.fc28      updates      83 k
 gvfs-afp                       x86_64     1.36.2-1.fc28      updates      94 k
 gvfs-archive                   x86_64     1.36.2-1.fc28      updates      51 k
 gvfs-client                    x86_64     1.36.2-1.fc28      updates     797 k
 gvfs-fuse                      x86_64     1.36.2-1.fc28      updates      55 k
 gvfs-goa                       x86_64     1.36.2-1.fc28      updates      86 k
 gvfs-gphoto2                   x86_64     1.36.2-1.fc28      updates      86 k
 gvfs-mtp                       x86_64     1.36.2-1.fc28      updates      86 k
 gvfs-smb                       x86_64     1.36.2-1.fc28      updates      68 k
 python2-bodhi                  noarch     3.7.0-1.fc28       updates      24 k
 wpa_supplicant                 x86_64     1:2.6-15.fc28      updates     1.6 M

Howto chroot:

su - 
mount /dev/fedora /root ./
mount /dev/fedora/home home/
mount -t proc proc proc/
mount --rbind /sys sys/
mount --rbind /dev dev/
mount --rbind /var/run var/run/
chroot /mnt

and then you can downgrade your packages or use the follow dnf command :

dnf history - here you obtain your command `number` and all the info
dnf history info #number#
dnf history undo #number#

Regards.,

The problem occurs since yesterday,

You can login and enter your password but when you login into gnome the system don't response but you can move the mouse...

I have the same problem I have to start with Live dvd and chroot my environment and downgrade all this packages :

LibRaw                         x86_64     0.18.11-1.fc28     updates     349 k
 bodhi-client                   noarch     3.7.0-1.fc28       updates      53 k
 fontconfig                     x86_64     2.13.0-4.fc28      updates     253 k
 gnome-boxes                    x86_64     3.28.4-1.fc28      updates     1.1 M
 gnome-calendar                 x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates     808 k
 gnome-characters               x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates     254 k
 gnome-contacts                 x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates     463 k
 gnome-desktop3                 x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates     563 k
 gnome-disk-utility             x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates     1.1 M
 gnome-getting-started-docs     noarch     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates      10 M
 gnome-keyring                  x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates     846 k
 gnome-keyring-pam              x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates      44 k
 gnome-logs                     x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates     482 k
 gnome-maps                     x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates     721 k
 gnome-shell                    x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates     2.1 M
 gnome-software                 x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates     3.8 M
 gnome-system-monitor           x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates     760 k
 gvfs                           x86_64     1.36.2-1.fc28      updates     344 k
 gvfs-afc                       x86_64     1.36.2-1.fc28      updates      83 k
 gvfs-afp                       x86_64     1.36.2-1.fc28      updates      94 k
 gvfs-archive                   x86_64     1.36.2-1.fc28      updates      51 k
 gvfs-client                    x86_64     1.36.2-1.fc28      updates     797 k
 gvfs-fuse                      x86_64     1.36.2-1.fc28      updates      55 k
 gvfs-goa                       x86_64     1.36.2-1.fc28      updates      86 k
 gvfs-gphoto2                   x86_64     1.36.2-1.fc28      updates      86 k
 gvfs-mtp                       x86_64     1.36.2-1.fc28      updates      86 k
 gvfs-smb                       x86_64     1.36.2-1.fc28      updates      68 k
 python2-bodhi                  noarch     3.7.0-1.fc28       updates      24 k
 wpa_supplicant                 x86_64     1:2.6-15.fc28      updates     1.6 M

Howto chroot: in a LVM environment default fedora instalation :

NAME            MAJ:MIN RM   SIZE RO TYPE MOUNTPOINT
sda               8:0    0 149,1G  0 disk 
├─sda1            8:1    0     1G  0 part /boot
└─sda2            8:2    0   148G  0 part 
  ├─fedora-root 253:0    0  93,1G  0 lvm  /
  ├─fedora-swap 253:1    0   3,7G  0 lvm  [SWAP]
  └─fedora-home 253:2    0  51,2G  0 lvm  /home
sdb               8:16   0 931,5G  0 disk 
└─sdb1            8:17   0 931,5G  0 part 
sdc               8:32   0 186,3G  0 disk 
└─sdc1            8:33   0 186,3G  0 part 
sr0              11:0    1  1024M  0 rom

then :

su - 
mount /dev/fedora /root ./
mount /dev/fedora/home home/
mount -t proc proc proc/
mount --rbind /sys sys/
mount --rbind /dev dev/
mount --rbind /var/run var/run/
chroot /mnt

and then you can downgrade your packages or use the follow dnf command :

dnf history - here you obtain your command `number` and all the info
dnf history info #number#
dnf history undo #number#

Regards.,

The problem occurs since yesterday,

You can login and enter your password but when you login into gnome the system don't response but you can move the mouse...

I have the same problem I have to start with Live dvd and chroot my environment and downgrade all this packages :

LibRaw                         x86_64     0.18.11-1.fc28     updates     349 k
 bodhi-client                   noarch     3.7.0-1.fc28       updates      53 k
 fontconfig                     x86_64     2.13.0-4.fc28      updates     253 k
 gnome-boxes                    x86_64     3.28.4-1.fc28      updates     1.1 M
 gnome-calendar                 x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates     808 k
 gnome-characters               x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates     254 k
 gnome-contacts                 x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates     463 k
 gnome-desktop3                 x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates     563 k
 gnome-disk-utility             x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates     1.1 M
 gnome-getting-started-docs     noarch     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates      10 M
 gnome-keyring                  x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates     846 k
 gnome-keyring-pam              x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates      44 k
 gnome-logs                     x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates     482 k
 gnome-maps                     x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates     721 k
 gnome-shell                    x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates     2.1 M
 gnome-software                 x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates     3.8 M
 gnome-system-monitor           x86_64     3.28.2-1.fc28      updates     760 k
 gvfs                           x86_64     1.36.2-1.fc28      updates     344 k
 gvfs-afc                       x86_64     1.36.2-1.fc28      updates      83 k
 gvfs-afp                       x86_64     1.36.2-1.fc28      updates      94 k
 gvfs-archive                   x86_64     1.36.2-1.fc28      updates      51 k
 gvfs-client                    x86_64     1.36.2-1.fc28      updates     797 k
 gvfs-fuse                      x86_64     1.36.2-1.fc28      updates      55 k
 gvfs-goa                       x86_64     1.36.2-1.fc28      updates      86 k
 gvfs-gphoto2                   x86_64     1.36.2-1.fc28      updates      86 k
 gvfs-mtp                       x86_64     1.36.2-1.fc28      updates      86 k
 gvfs-smb                       x86_64     1.36.2-1.fc28      updates      68 k
 python2-bodhi                  noarch     3.7.0-1.fc28       updates      24 k
 wpa_supplicant                 x86_64     1:2.6-15.fc28      updates     1.6 M

Howto chroot: in a LVM environment default fedora instalation :

sudo lsblk

NAME            MAJ:MIN RM   SIZE RO TYPE MOUNTPOINT
sda               8:0    0 149,1G  0 disk 
├─sda1            8:1    0     1G  0 part /boot
└─sda2            8:2    0   148G  0 part 
  ├─fedora-root 253:0    0  93,1G  0 lvm  /
  ├─fedora-swap 253:1    0   3,7G  0 lvm  [SWAP]
  └─fedora-home 253:2    0  51,2G  0 lvm  /home
sdb               8:16   0 931,5G  0 disk 
└─sdb1            8:17   0 931,5G  0 part 
sdc               8:32   0 186,3G  0 disk 
└─sdc1            8:33   0 186,3G  0 part 
sr0              11:0    1  1024M  0 rom

then :

su - 
mount /dev/fedora /root ./
mount /dev/fedora/home home/
mount -t proc proc proc/
mount --rbind /sys sys/
mount --rbind /dev dev/
mount --rbind /var/run var/run/
chroot /mnt

and then you can downgrade your packages or use the follow dnf command :

dnf history - here you obtain your command `number` and all the info
dnf history info #number#
dnf history undo #number#

Regards.,