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What's wrong with the log ? Do you have any real problem ? I can see some pam messages and some warnings. pam is a very complex tool, I cannot explain it here right now, but the messages appear logical.

As for the following message...

Jan 29 18:47:34 lenovo.fedora20 vmusr[4565]: [ warning] [vmtoolsd] The vmusr service needs to run inside a virtual machine.


...If you don't have any actual problem with any vm machine (I don't have any vm machines and this message appears on my log too) then is probably a "false warning". Probably appeared there because of the no existent of any vm machine. Try to disable the vmtoolsd.service and see if this message persist.

sudo systemctl disable vmtoolsd.service


and restart the PC.

I found a bug about this message here , but I'm not sure if the bug report is accurate.

What's wrong with the log ? Do you have any real problem ? I can see some pam messages and some warnings. pam is a very complex tool, I cannot explain it here right now, but the messages appear logical.

As for the following message...

Jan 29 18:47:34 lenovo.fedora20 vmusr[4565]: [ warning] [vmtoolsd] The vmusr service needs to run inside a virtual machine.


...If you don't have any actual problem with any vm machine (I don't have any vm machines and this message appears on my log too) then is probably a "false warning". Probably appeared there because of the no existent of any vm machine. Try to disable the vmtoolsd.service and see if this the message persist. disappeared.

sudo systemctl disable vmtoolsd.service


and restart the PC.

I found a bug about this message here , but I'm not sure if the bug report is accurate.

What's wrong with the log ? Do you have any real problem ? I can see some pam messages and some warnings. pam is a very complex tool, I cannot explain it here right now, but the messages appear logical.

As for the following message...

Jan 29 18:47:34 lenovo.fedora20 vmusr[4565]: [ warning] [vmtoolsd] The vmusr service needs to run inside a virtual machine.


...If you don't have any actual problem with any vm machine (I don't have any vm machines and this message appears on my log too) then is probably a "false warning". Probably appeared there because of the no existent of any vm machine. Try to disable the vmtoolsd.service and see if the message disappeared.

sudo systemctl disable vmtoolsd.service


and restart the PC.

I I've found a bug about this message here , but I'm not sure if the bug report is accurate.