> I’ve been using Linux for years, but I’m a total newbie at openSUSE, so
> please be gentle.
-=welcome=- new poster!!
your experience may work against you…the new kernels are all ‘strange’
in the way they work without a xorg.conf, so don’t go applying your
years of experience to ‘fix’ this…instead work top to bottom on this
until you find a smile:
Some interesting stuff there, thanks for that. I will read and digest it. I’ve previously been a long term Ubuntu user, so some of that info will come in useful.
However, I’m thinking that it’s not a graphics card issue. Logging out of the terminal brings me back to a mainly green login screen with various logos and graphics on it. When I log in, I just get the blank screen with the xterm in the corner.
During installation, I selected my account to login automatically. The problem I have appears when I log in. It looks like a script runs on login, and it is this script that is failing when it tries to execute byobu-launch.