I'm pretty much a noob with linux and at the end of my knowledge. I probably did the stupidest thing ever. Today I just wanted to uninstall my lyx editor and accidentially
uninstalled a bunch of important packages As a result Mint now gives me a Xserver not found error and can't connect to the internet.
The error message:
X-server not found: /usr/bin/X: 0 -audit 0 -auth
/var/lib/mdm/> 0.Xauth -nolisten tcp vt
... please install Xserver ...
I can't install xserver with apt-get because of the lack of internet connection and the command xorg -configure is not found.
I believe the best way to start would be to get my internet working first but I don't know how. In the command line I always get
sudo: unable to resolve host
and can't download any packages... After some research I found the suggestion of changing the line "managed=false" to true in NetworkManager.conf
but that didn't help. And restarting the Network-manager service didn't change anything either.
I'd be really thankful for any kind of suggestion. I really don't know what to do anymore.
PS: I'm using Linux Mint 13 on a MSI GE60 installed as dual boot with windows.