using ubuntu 10.04. I was trying to resolve a problem with nvidia card drivers and the last thing I did was to uninstall and reinstall x-server. Now when I login, I don't get the graphical interface but instead I get a full screen command prompt mode. I can't seem to get out of it. How do I get the normal ubuntu mode back?
I have auto login enabled, and I just upgraded to 11.04. When I boot, I get a message saying that I don't have the hardware required to run Unity, so I should choose Ubuntu Classic at the login screen. The problem is that auto login bypasses the login screen, and I can't disable auto login via the normal route since I can't start xwindows.
I installed Ubuntu (from the 11.10 Alternate CD, selecting "command-line only" mode before installing) in Virtualbox (Mac OS X Lion host) like I've done numerous times before. Installation finished without any problems, and I rebooted into my new system. Got the splash screen, it loaded, and right where it should've given me a login prompt, I got (in orange) mountall: Disconnected from Plymouth.
I have written an article about how to customize the Ubuntu login screen. After you edit the login screen, you may want to share your work on blogs and forums. However, you simply cannot just press the print-screen button to take screenshot of the login screen in Ubuntu. To do so, you can use a workaround command to preview the login screen and take screenshot of it.
I recently restarted my computer after an update prompted me to. Since then I cannot log in. It makes the drum sound, but kicks me back to the login screen. I can't even login as guest, it does the same thing.
I want my login prompt to come as soon as few necessary drivers are loaded.
So for example once SPI driver is loaded, I will put the login prompt application just below SPI driver , and the CPU will execute this login application.