I'm trying to install Fedora on VirtualBox VM. It was working perfectly until I have probably accidentally installed something (while installing a lot of packages with yumex) that doesn't let my system boot up to X (init 5). Graphic regime does not initialize at - only text message "l0: disabled privacy extensions" blink on the top of the screen.
While so, debug kernel I've installed - 188.8.131.52-174.2.3.fc12.i686.PAEdebug - startup to X properly, of course without VirtualBox add-ons.
I have tried many things: search for installed "kmod"-packages (nothing), re-install kernel and vbox add-ons - nothing again...
UPD: after downgrade to kernel from installation DVD, it start working, but after adding vbox guest add-ons it stop working too. Please, help!!!
UPD2: I've done something (like re-installing a kernels and so on) and finally it works again - I really did nothing serious (aka uninstalling packages). Dunno what's happening... Maybe re-builing rpm database helped!?
UPD3: Nope: doesn't work. It started once properly, but after reboot could not boot up again. Pity.
What can prevent X from running?
Finally, I found that solution lies in /etc/x11/xorg.conf. Should be
However, is it possible that a package installed in system could change xorg.conf by itself without asking me or warning???