Husse wrote:It seems that the driver has not been properly removed - did you let Envy reconfigure x? That's absolutely necessary
You can edit xorg.conf so that the driver is "vesa"
You can reconfigure x and hope that solves it
sudo dpkg-reconfigure -phigh xserver-xorg
You can start Envy from the command line
If you use "Recovery mode" you are root and must either reboot or type exit to continue
Ok but how do i edit xorg when gedit won't load up, i'm at work so can't say exact message but suffice to say typing gedit /etc/x11/xorg.conf isn't allowed in the terminal before x starts anyway, but in terminal it'd work!!
The sudo commands will work in same screen and if not what are these envy commands.
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