The vbetool utility is no longer installed by default in Fedora 14. It is not required by the majority of systems now, which are covered by Fedora's kernel mode setting (KMS) video drivers, and may cause an SELinux alert when launched. However, on a small number of systems the omission of vbetool may cause problems with suspend and resume functions. If you experience problems with suspend and resume and your system does not use a KMS driver, you may wish to install the vbetool package, and tune SELinux to avoid the resulting alert. Use the following commands:
su -c 'yum install vbetool'
su -c 'setsebool -P vbetool_mmap_zero_ignore 1'