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    Unhappy tty1 login

    hi,
    i am using opensuse 13.1, i have a problem when i turn on my laptop and start opensuse it directly goes terminal login and does not show kde login. could any one tell me how to fix it. i can login throug kde by selecting opensuse recovery version.

    thanx
    bdr

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    Has it always been like this since installation, or is this problem a recent development? In any regard, what output do you have for:
    Code:
    systemctl get-default

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    Quote Originally Posted by bchachar View Post
    hi,
    i am using opensuse 13.1, i have a problem when i turn on my laptop and start opensuse it directly goes terminal login and does not show kde login. could any one tell me how to fix it. i can login throug kde by selecting opensuse recovery version.

    thanx
    bdr
    I'm guessing a possible graphic driver problem, so also tell us which card and which driver you are using.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fraser_Bell View Post
    I'm guessing a possible graphic driver problem, so also tell us which card and which driver you are using.
    ya you are right budy, it is graphic problem but i cant understand what is going on. well speaking truth, i have intel graphic card and unknowingly i installed nivida drivers from opensuse site and then system always starts in tty1, so what should i do? later i installed gnome and edited displaymanager but it does not solved problem....

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    Uninstall NIVIDA. You can start yast from command lune as root type yast find the NVIDIA driver and uninstall it

    Note some laptops now come with both Intel and NVIDIA. It uses what Intel call Optimus And you need to try bumblebee plus a special made NVIDIA driver to use both. In any case the normal NVIDIA driver does not work in that kind of system.


    If you have such hardware follow exactly the instruction from here
    http://smithfarm-thebrain.blogspot.c...bumblebee.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyler_K View Post
    Has it always been like this since installation, or is this problem a recent development? In any regard, what output do you have for:
    Code:
    systemctl get-default
    systemct1 get-default output is
    if 'systemct1' is not a typo you can use command-not-found to lookup packages that contain it, like this cnf systemct1

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    On 2014-03-09 08:06, bchachar wrote:
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    > Tyler_K;2629153 Wrote:
    >> Has it always been like this since installation, or is this problem a
    >> recent development? In any regard, what output do you have for:
    >>>

    > Code:
    > --------------------
    > > > systemctl get-default

    > --------------------
    >>>

    >
    > systemct1 get-default output is
    > if 'systemct1' is not a typo you can use command-not-found to lookup
    > packages that contain it, like this cnf systemct1


    If you did not do a typing mistake, you do not have openSUSE 13.1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bchachar View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Tyler_K View Post
    Code:
    systemctl get-default
    systemct1 get-default output is
    These are not the droids you're 1ooking for

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    Quote Originally Posted by bchachar View Post
    systemct1 get-default output is
    if 'systemct1' is not a typo you can use command-not-found to lookup packages that contain it, like this cnf systemct1
    ... perhaps it is a typo?

    try systemctl (letter l, not numeral 1)
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    On 2014-03-10 04:46, Fraser Bell wrote:
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    > bchachar;2629476 Wrote:
    >> systemct1 get-default output is
    >> if 'systemct1' is not a typo you can use command-not-found to lookup
    >> packages that contain it, like this cnf systemct1

    >
    > ... perhaps it -*is*- a typo?
    >
    > try systemctl (letter l, not numeral 1)


    You are absolutely right. He wrote a one there. Try pasting what is on
    the error line into a terminal, it fails. What is on the code box is
    correct, what is on the error message is not.

    Argh!

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