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login: no shell: permission denied

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http://www.linuxquestions.org – My laptop has several CentOS Linux partitions. When I boot into one of them and try to login (I set runlevel to 3 in /etc/inittab because the GNOME login was failing) I get this error: Quote: login: no shell: permission denied This happens when I try to login as root, or any user. I can't do anything if I can't login. However, I can login to a different partition, and mount the problematic partition, and change this (like runlevel in /etc/initab). Any ideas on what is causing this (selinux?) and how to fix it? (HowTos)