Well, I updated my desktop for the first time since I put 64 bit Fedora 9 on it last night, and everything was going swell. I had wireless, everything ran more or less smoothly, etc. I boot up today and get a rather unpleasant surprise. While I can see my display just fine (the GUI runs without a hitch), my monitor begs to differ. Specifically, I have a little box floating over my screen telling me "Input Not Supported". This is obnoxious, to say the least. I have no idea if this is a GNOME problem or what, but I don't like it. I have never had this happen before.
Also, with the newest kernel version, my precious wireless no longer works. I can see networks, but I can't connect to them. Is this a problem with my Realtek RTL-8185?