amd and nvidia black screen after boot

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i liked rebellin blazing fast so i removed manjaro and installed rebellin but it give me black screen with only cursor only

 

i tried what i do with ubuntu not working

 

  • oot up Ubuntu and make sure you’re connected on the internet.
  • Open a terminal with Ctrl + Alt + F1
  • Login and here is what you have to type in terminal:
    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get dist-upgrade
    sudo apt-get install build-essential
    sudo apt-get install linux-source
    sudo apt-get install linux-headers-generic
    sudo apt-get dist-upgrade
    sudo reboot
    

 

  • After reboot, repeat step 2. You’ll need here an internet connection, again. Run these commands:
    sudo apt-get install nvidia-current-updates
    sudo nvidia-xconfig
    sudo reboot
    

not working so how use rebellin on amd and nvidia graphics and asus motherbord  and solve black screen

 

thanks

 

 

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Hi Rubynox

AMD Processor and Nvidia Graphics Card, correct?

Could you tell me more details about your computer? The processor details, the motherboard you’re using and the graphics card?

Don’t worry. We should be able to fix this. If the Live Mode worked, the installed one should have no issues.

Waiting for your reply.

– Utkarsh.

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thanks

Motherboard

Asus

M2N68-AM SE2

Processor

AMD sempron 140 2712

Grapgics card

NVIDIA GeForce 7025 / nForce 630a

 

thanks

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Okay…

Give me some time. I’m on it…

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Okay, I’ve a solution. But I’m a bit apprehensive. Since Rebellin is based on Debian Sid, sometimes, some drivers just don’t work. Still it’s worth a try. Let’s see if this works out for you. Mind you, this tutorial may be complicated for first-time users. So go slow. Take your time. And be careful with the commands. 🙂

Follow these steps:

Hit CTRL + ALT + F2 to drop to Linux console. Now log in as root. So the username is going to be ‘root’ and the password will be the root password you had set during installation. Since Rebellin is based on Debian, there is no need to give sudo command before root level commands.

Update the repository:

apt-get update

Install the driver:

aptitude install nvidia-legacy-304xx-kernel-dkms

Don’t make a mistake with the above command. This will build a module for your kernel so it will take some time to complete. If it asks you any question during installation, just select ‘Yes’ or ‘Ok’.

Now for the hard part. We have to create a configuration file manually! Since we don’t have any GUI, you’ll have to type everything. Follow these steps:

First, create a directory to hold the configuration file:

mkdir /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d

The X in X11 is capital. The directory we have created is ‘xorg.conf.d’. Now we have to create a config file here. So first enter the directory:

cd /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d

Create a blank file:

touch 20-nvidia.conf

So file name is ’20-nvidia.conf’. Now open it in Nano Editor:

nano 20-nvidia.conf

Carefully add the following in the file:

Section “Device”
Identifier “My GPU”
Driver “nvidia”
EndSection

Once you’ve done that, hit CTRL + X to close the editor. It will ask you if you’d like to save the file. Hit ‘Y’. The editor will save the configuration file and exit. You’ll be back at the command prompt. Time to reboot and test if everything is working or not. Give the following command:

reboot

Your system will reboot. Hopefully you should have a fully functioning GUI now. Let me know how it goes…

If this doesn’t work, we’ll have to go with a trial-and-error method. Actually, Rebellin should work just fine with the default configuration. The inbuilt open-source Nouveau driver is capable of handling your graphics hardware.

If you’re facing issues, you may take a picture of the screen on your phone and email me on the support email address: support@therebellin.com

  • rubynox
    when i type aptitude install nvidia-legacy-304xx-kerenel-dkms it say couldn’t find any package whose name or description nvidia-legacy-304xx-kerenel-dkms and install nothing nano file is empty thanks
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couldn’t find any package whose name or description match

aptitude install nvidia-legacy-304xx-kernel-dkms

nano nvidi is  blank

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It does work! I just pasted your command from here in my Terminal and my system was able to find the package! No worries. Do one thing. Re-install Rebellin. Make sure you follow the process shown in the Rebellin Manual. See if you get the display. Actually, if you got the display in Live mode, then installed Rebellin is no different. Re-installation should fix this issue. I’m quite positive.

Suppose it doesn’t, then what?

Well then get to the Linux console. Update the repositories:

apt-get update

Then proceed with the package installation:

aptitude install nvidia-legacy-304xx-kernel-dkms

Hope this help. I understand this is taking too long… But I really can’t help it. Sometimes problems have to be fixed with trial-and-error method only… 🙁

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