Hello, need help making the Intel video card work with SUSE GUI. The installation went beautifully, everything worked until the PC was shut down and restarted. Now the GUI does not load, I see the gray version of the interface with xconsole.
Thank you for replying. I tried both commands exactly as described, but the problem did not go away. The output of the xconsole has changed though: the line with the i915 error is no longer there. Maybe the problem is not the GUI but the Intel driver?
Yikes, I don’t have that in the Expert options. Seriously, no Display Manager Login Settings, only the two I described above (Pwd Encryption and Write Changes).
On the other hand, when I again tried to load the normal GUI, what’s loaded is called “Ice WM” and is the same gray interface I alluded to earlier.
Should I reinstall Gnome or switch to KDE altogether? Thanks.
Very odd indeed. It’s the 11.1, the latest and greatest.
I sense it’s about the video card. I had a problem with the latest Ubuntu where screen just went black after the first reboot, a problem that many had. Tried the SUSE, here it’s at least booting, but not into the full GUI. Can I maybe install the latest driver for the video card that does not go crazy due to all of the 3D effects (which, by the way, I’ve now disabled)? :yawn:
You know, considering the time you have used so far on this and the fact that you only just installed. I would be inclined to run the installer again. This time make sure you uncheck the autologin box in the install settings.