Please help, I lost my GUI!
fred.schaer at wanadoo.fr
Wed Nov 15 20:53:29 GMT 2006
are there errors loggued in /var/log/Xorg.0.log ?
matt.modica at comcast.net a écrit :
> I am running Kubuntu 6.06 Edgy on the K7 Kernel. I just recently
> upgraded to Edgy from Dapper, and for the most part, it has worked
> fine. But for some reason, I can't get into the GUI anymore. All it
> will do is boot into what looks like recovery mode and the terminal. I
> tried every kernel I have installed, and the same thing happens with
> all of them.
> I have no idea what to do. All I was doing was switching the video
> card driver with a different one, since I suspect I had the wrong one.
> I didn't stop x.org though, because I couldn't figgure out how, and I
> did it wothout doing so before. Then suddenly my GUI went away, and
> just went to this screen where there was a blinking cursor, but
> nothing was there, and it wasn't doing anything, so I shut it down by
> pushing the power button. I should have done Ctrl + Alt + F1, but I
> didn't think of it.
> It showed the shuting down screen like it usually does when I shut
> down. When I booted back up, I selected the K7 Kernel like I usually
> did, but after the normal loading screen, it went into the terminal
> like it does in recovery mode. So I rebooted, thinking I pressed
> recovery mode by accident. But I noticed that it used the progress bar
> durring the loading screen. When I booted back up, I made sure to
> select the normal kernel, and it did the same thing. I rebooted again,
> and tried the recovery mode, but that did the same thing, except that
> it didn't show the progress bar. I tried the 386 kernel, but that did
> the same thing.
> I also tried other things, including running "sudo /etc/init.d/kdm
> start" but I got a message saying the K desktop manager was already
> running. I also tried Ctrl + Alt + F7, but that just broght me back to
> the blank screen with the cusror. I tried to reconfigure the XServer
> with "sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg", but that didn't help. I
> think there is something wrong with xorg.conf, but I don't think that
> reconfiguring the XServer is fixing it, since it gives me a message
> saying that it overwrote xorg.conf. I have read in many places that
> reconfiguring it fixes it, but it doesn't.
> I have no idea what to do, so I am asking for help. Is this a bug in
> Edgy mabye?
> I would really appreciate any help on this. Thanks a lot!
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