That is the time you should have to stop, and seek for help:legitname wrote:@ASX,
I've already tried with 10.3 but it too gives me xorg errors. It says "no screens found(EE)" and that's it.
I.e. post your /var/log/Xorg.0.log
That's a linux forum.The error is put at both 11 ALPHA and 10.3 . I found this link "https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=173153" which says that my system is loading too fast.
Nope, there not exists such thing like "alternative" install. You are doing it wrongly. bsdinstall is the FreeBSD installer, and is not the GhostBSD installer.Then I pressed CTRL+ALT+F4 to get a console up and ran "bsdinstall", which gave me the alternative to install.
Nope, you think you have installed GhostBSD, but bsdinstall can't do it properly.Now I've installed GhostBSD but I have no graphics drivers for some reason and I've downloaded xorg.
What happens when you perform some arbiratry steps, without knowing what you are doing, is not something I'm willing to examine.When I start it takes about 7 minutes to get to what is suppost to be a login screen (SLIM) but all I get is a gray screen, which is the same issue I've had before when my Nvidia drivers didn't work properly so I tried installing nvidia but it fails because my kernel is outdated and downloading latest 4.9.5 linux kernel or something didn't help either. Any ideas on how to download graphics drivers for GTX 1070?