gillles wrote:If I choose single user => no problem I can login user ghosbsd or root maybe i can configure something to launch X11 ?
gillles wrote:OK, even in your situation you should be able to switch back to a text console, by pressing CTRL + ALT + F1 or CTRL + ALT + F2, unless the system is completely frozen.
CTRL + F1 and CTRL+ F2 doesn't work when blank screen is here
single user => If i type startx => plouf ..... blank screen
If I change the graphic card do you thing that it 'll work (ati radeon hd 2400 pro is the graphic card recommanded by Dell)
Section monitor Modeline "1440x900" 136.49 1440 1536 1688 1936 900 901 904 940 -HSync +Vsyn
Option "AccelMethod" "sna"
Option "DRI" "true"
kraileth wrote:You can always try to let X11 autoconfigure itself. I also needed to do this as GhostBSD wouldn't boot into graphical mode for me. At the command line type:
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This will try to autoconfigure X11 and put the resulting config into a file that you can then copy over /etc/X11/xorg.conf. If that doesn't make your screen go black it would be interesting to see what the contents of the new xorg.conf is.
... the command Xorg -configure => do something and then blank screen the screen stay on but everything is brozen CTRL +F1 ....
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