At some point, the yum system installed the Xen kernel on my Fedora 6 installation (which in general is not a bad thing), and set it as the default boot kernel.
However, when Fedora Boots, it shows it's standard textual boot screen, but when it tries to activate the X server (at the point where the graphical portion of the boot screen kicks in), it just hangs. If I boot with the same release of the non-xen kernel, I boot perfectly fine.
I thought it might have to do with my video drivers, so I installed the latest version of the ATI FireGL drivers (I am using an integrated Radeon Xpress 200), but still have no better luck. I HAVE NOT installed VmWare in any form on this machine.
I'd love to be able to run Xen, but right now I can't even boot the kernel with it.
Has anyone had similar problems, or know what could be causing this?