Below was my problem, but thankfully I got gnome back up. I don't know what I did or the command's effect really. Ok i read the other post
I read that it wasn't loading the libraries, just as mine, but different libs( libkrb5.so.3). Then I saw the
. It fixed the problem I guess, but only when I started ldconfig. Its obvious that I messed up my lib directories, but how and shouldn't their have been a conf file that I could of edited to fix the lib file structure. I know its not krb5.conf either. what does echo $LD_LIBRARY_PATH and export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:/usr/local/lib" do actually?
"I have already read the other thread that contained a similar problem. Although I didn't see a solution to the problem. I also use red hat 9. I was installing wine and followed the instruction "/usr/local/lib' to /etc/ld.so.conf and run /sbin/ldconfig
I did this successfully and in root I would type wine and it came up with usage line , but in $ mode it said something like no folder for C then the usage line came. I also then tried to install steam with wine and it never worked, crashing and counting to 30 cycles and killing itself I believe. I installed it in root and usr.
the system started to lag and I loged out and it locked with just mouse and I had to restart. Then receiving the message Id "x respawninng too fast disabled for 5 mins."