Samuel Bächler composed on 2016-10-29 21:56 (UTC+0200):
I have got a graphics adapter that is somehow integrated on the
motherboard.  On this hardware I can use KDE but no GNOME. When
installing GNOME I get the error message 'Oh no! Something has gone wrong.
A problem has occurred and the system can't recover. Please contact a
system administrator'. Is there a known problem with GNOME and my graphics
Is this with Debian 8 Jessie or Debian 7 Wheezy?
'lspci' shows in particular 'Intel Corporation HD Graphics 510'. 'dmidecode
--type baseboard' shows in particular 'Manufacturer: FUJITSU' and 'Product
NAICT from Googling, Jessie's 3.16 kernel is too old to fully support Skylake (August 2105 release) CPU features required by Gnome, so you need a kernel newer than 4.1 (June 2015), and/or Stretch (currently on 4.7).