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The scripts you used were for an obsolete version of GNOME, and probably did some damage (if you executed them as root!). Since you have a root console, and presumably networking, we can fix it.

First try yum reinstall gdm

If that doesn't work, try rpm -Va > verify.list

verify.list is now a list of packages whose contents has been altered. read it with less verify.list and use yum as above to reinstall altered packages.

If you still have no luck, run fpaste /var/log/Xorg.0.log and fpaste /var/log/messages and comment below with the resulting URLs.