Originally Posted by b4time
Tried that(kde file). had no effect.I was running a spin of fedora(kororaa 16) .I thought they were the same except for the extra programs that came with it.they are not I guess.I installed fedora 16 64 and all is well.I'm prety sure it was an selinux problem because I was getting warnings but who knows.I clicked ignore and forgot about it so I think that could of been it.Any way All is still well kind of I ran a whole 3 days problem free then we got another update.Nothing is broken I just get bug warnings when I boot or log off and log on.I'm going to hang for a while and see if updates clears this up before I post lol nothing is really broken as far as I knnow.thanks for the help people.
Did you rename a file or an entire directory? You need to rename the entire directory and should do it through a root logon, not while logged on as the user having the problem.
Another thing I just ran into this in a vm that exhibited this same problem and it turned out to be the plymouth splash that was causing it.
When you boot and see the splash come up hit the esc key, or the down arrow key to hide the plymouth splash and see if that fixes it for you.
The other errors really have nothing to do with the video and you can disable selinux if you wish to stop those errors from annoying you all the time.
yum install policycoreutils-gui
Once installed open the gui and simple disable selinux and the errors will be gone.