Re: Oh no something has gone wrong! after reinstalling Debian and Gnome.
UTC Time: May 24, 2017 2:12 PM
[ 65.388] Build Operating System: Linux 3.16.0-4-amd64 x86_64 Debian
6th line down, is the new debian9rc installer same as Debian 8.8?
I assume jessie was installed and then it was upgraded to stretch, right?
So some of the X and dm configuration files were based on Jessie and were just revised based on those settings.
That's what I think. I may be very wrong as my knowledge is incomplete.
Fungi: this is an Asus X441SA laptop, is this also mix and match laptop?
I don't know, I've never had one. I know that lenovo dell hp stuff are well tested and ironed out in all systems, maybe some sony toshiba etc. I know nothing of asus, I've used some of their mb building and repairing stuff.
I did a clean install from Debian installer of Stretch, nothing is left
from previous Jessie.
swithching *dm is still a valid idea in this case?
thanks a lot,
It was a suggestion of an easy and safe thing to do. It takes 5-10' round trip, or 2 reboots.
If I remember right you have lxde. Between that and Xofc it is the safest bet to figure out what may be wrong, the rest of the desktops I believe are much more demanding and have more to go wrong with.
The official stretch installer will not be out till it becomes stable. There is a beta version of it out but I've never used it. I doubt it would say 3.16 on it though. You can't get to GT from a v6 mustang that easy :)